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Tampa Operator Hiring Chauffeurs For RNC Event

Posted on July 11, 2012
Tampa operator Ken Lucci offers helpful tips to operators on planning transportation for major events. See upcoming August issue of LCT Magazine.

Tampa operator Ken Lucci offers helpful tips to operators on planning transportation for major events. See upcoming August issue of LCT Magazine.

Tampa operator Ken Lucci offers helpful tips to operators on planning transportation for major events. See upcoming August issue of LCT Magazine.
Tampa operator Ken Lucci offers helpful tips to operators on planning transportation for major events. See upcoming August issue of LCT Magazine.

TAMPA, Fla. -- Scott Henry was there bright and early Monday for a job interview with Ambassador Limousine and Sedan, which is hiring extra drivers for the week of the Republican National Convention.

Tampa Bay Times article on Ambassador Limousine chauffeur hiring here.

NOTE: Ambassador Limousine CEO Ken Lucci is interviewed in the August issue of LCT Magazine for an article about operators handling chauffeured transportation for the national political conventions in Tampa and Charlotte, N.C.

Related Topics: Florida operators, hiring chauffeurs, meetings and conventions

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