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Association Leader Featured In Report On Limo Safety Awareness

Posted on May 9, 2013
KLA President Carey Fieldhouse's company, R&R Limousine of Louisville, Ky., was featured in a local TV news report about limousine safety and service. Photo credit: Louisville Business Journal

KLA President Carey Fieldhouse's company, R&R Limousine of Louisville, Ky., was featured in a local TV news report about limousine safety and service. Photo credit: Louisville Business Journal

KLA President Carey Fieldhouse's company, R&R Limousine of Louisville, Ky., was featured in a local TV news report about limousine safety and service. Photo credit: Louisville Business Journal
KLA President Carey Fieldhouse's company, R&R Limousine of Louisville, Ky., was featured in a local TV news report about limousine safety and service. Photo credit: Louisville Business Journal

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky -- Carey Fieldhouse, the owner of R&R Limousine in Louisville and president of the Kentucky Limousine Association, has her company mentioned in a TV report that promotes the safety aspects of limousines and advises the public on what to look for when arranging a limousine trip. The report also includes positive comments from limousine clients, including one remark about the San Francisco tragedy being a "freak accident." It shows why limousine clients do not need to be afraid.

WHAS-TV, Channel 11 report on limo safety here.

With the national media focused on the limousine industry, this report is an example of how operators and industry leaders should be serving as knowledgeable industry ambassadors reaffirming the truth about quality limousine service.

-- Martin Romjue, LCT editor

Related Topics: accidents, Carey Fieldhouse, Kentucky Limousine Association, Kentucky operators, limousine safety, vehicle safety

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