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Arizona Operator Gets TLPA Limo Operator Of The Year Award

Posted on November 8, 2013

NEW YORK -- The Taxi Limousine Paratansit Association awarded Barry Beall its TLPA 2013 Limousine Operator of the Year honor on Oct. 30 during its annual convention in New York.

Beall, who with his wife, Mary, run First Class Executive Global Limousine in Phoenix, have enjoyed a streak of awards during the past year: They received the 2013 LCT Operator of the Year Award in the 1-10 vehicles category at the International LCT Show in Las Vegas in February, and First Class was chosen by Boston Coach as an outstanding affiliate in the Over 500 BostonCoach reservations category in August 2012.

The award was presented by Michael Fogarty, U.S. CEO of Tristart Worldwide Chauffeur Services, and TLPA President Bill Rouse.

Beall is also president of the Arizona Limousine Association.

LCT related article on First Class Executive Global

LCT related article on Barry Beall and ALA

Related Topics: Arizona operators, Barry Beall, honors and awards, Mary Beall, Operator of the Year Awards, Taxi Limousine Paratransit & Association

Comments ( 2 )
  • Shawn Holloway

     | about 5 years ago

    Congrats Bary and Mary!! Continue more success !!!

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