Penn. Company Gains New Meetings, Affiliates Manager

Posted on March 22, 2017

(LCT file photo)
(LCT file photo)
UPLAND, Penn. -- Eagle Chauffeured Services recently hired industry figure Megan Hogue as its new meetings and affiliate manager effective immediately.

Hogue brings many years of limousine industry, events, and networking experience to Eagle. She has the rare distinction of having worked for or with three industry trade magazines, including LCT.

“Megan really loves the industry!” said Mike Barreto, the new COO of Eagle Chauffeured Services. "Megan has made amazingly long lasting relationships and impressions on operators and vendors throughout the industry. When I knew I needed to add an employee to our management team to oversee our affiliates and large scale meetings, I knew of no other person I wanted on my team than Megan.”

Megan has spent many years employed as a show manager for many industry trade shows including Limousine Digest, Chauffeur Driven, and LCT Magazine. Megan has also worked in a variety of jobs outside the industry specific to large scale event management of international trade shows.

Eagle Chauffeured Services is in the Delaware Valley Region, prominently servicing the Philadelphia, Penn., and Wilmington, Del., markets. Eagle has been in business since 1997, and has changed ownership several times over the years to where it is today. With a diverse fleet of late model sedans, SUVs, vans, and minibuses, Eagle is capable of handling any and all business in its service area and beyond.

Related Topics: Delaware operators, executive changes, hiring, Megan Hogue, Mike Barreto, Pennsylvania operators

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