Regulations

GCLA To Hold Poker Fundraiser

Posted on October 5, 2011

TUSTIN, Calif. — The Great California Livery Association will hold a poker tournament  on Thursday, Oct. 13 to raise money for its lobbyist fund and for its legal efforts to change or stop pending legislation that could severely hurt California operators.

LCT BACKGROUND ON LIMO BAN REGULATORY ISSUE HERE.

The fundraiser will be held in Old Town Tustin above the Swinging Door at 397 El Camino Real, Tustin, 92780. There will be a silent and live auction with sports memorabilia, spa trips, Timeshares, dinners and more.

GCLA POKER FUNDRAISER INFO PAGE HERE.

Contacts
Kevin Illingworth, Program Chair, (714) 981-4131; [email protected]
Mark Stewart, GCLA President, (714) 546-6737; [email protected]

Source: GCLA

Related Topics: airport rules, GCLA, Greater California Livery Association, limo associations

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