Maurice Brewster Featured In The Wall Street Journal

Posted on March 17, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO -- Maurice Brewster, a San Francisco chauffeured transportation operator and President of the Minority Limousine Operators of America, was among the business owners quoted in a front-page article in the March 15-16 edition of the Weekend Wall Street Journal. Brewster and his wife, Rhonda, are co-owners and CEO and COO respectively of Mosaic Global Transportation. Brewster has been at the forefront of limousine industry efforts to educate limousine operators on the contracting opportunities available to women- and minority-owned companies.

WSJ Article here

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