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Limousine Association Of New York Hits Home Run

Tom Halligan
Posted on August 5, 2016
Play Ball! LANY held a networking event at Yankee Stadium Thursday, Aug. 4, to announce an initiative to grow membership and enhance its influence in New York. Left to right: Jeff Rose, LANY President, Attitude New York; Javaid Chaudhry, LANY member, NYG Limousine, also, a board of director, National Limousine Association; and LANY member Patrick Farrell, Farrell’s Limousine Service.
Play Ball! LANY held a networking event at Yankee Stadium Thursday, Aug. 4, to announce an initiative to grow membership and enhance its influence in New York. Left to right: Jeff Rose, LANY President, Attitude New York; Javaid Chaudhry, LANY member, NYG Limousine, also, a board of director, National Limousine Association; and LANY member Patrick Farrell, Farrell’s Limousine Service.
NEW YORK — In an initiative to expand and reach out to new members, the Limousine Association of New York (LANY) is up at bat again with new energy and supporters.

That was evident Thursday night, Aug. 4, at a kick-off reception at, where else on a beautiful summer night? Yankee Stadium.

Operators from the Big Apple and vendor supporters gathered in a stadium suite to network and watch the lively and packed cross-town rivalry game between the Mets and the Yankees.

“The association has been low-key, behind-the-scenes, working on mostly political issues,” said LANY President Jeff Rose, co-owner of Attitude New York. “But now we want to build the infrastructure to grow members to become more vibrant and prominent in the city to demonstrate and communicate the benefits of the luxury chauffeured transportation industry.”

The group's new vision is to grow the association to “bring value” to fellow operators and communicate to the riding public, regulators and other stakeholders the professional and quality transportation services operators provide, Rose said at the event, which drew members, new operator prospects, and vendor suppliers interested in LANY.

“I admire what other associations in the region — Limousine Association of New Jersey, Long Island Limousine Association and New England Livery Association —have done to ramp up membership and enhance their influence, and we intend to ramp-up LANY to moving from a small association to a larger player that will help and serve New York operators.”

Related Topics: Javaid Chaudhry, Jeff Rose, LANY, limo associations, New York, New York City, New York operators

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