Nominate Now (Yourself?) For People's Choice Awards

Lexi Tucker
Posted on July 12, 2017
A collage of last year's winners
A collage of last year's winners

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — This industry is filled with remarkable people. Operators nationwide do work every day worthy of being recognized. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re included in this group. Don’t let this opportunity go to waste. It takes only five minutes to tell us why you deserve one of the following awards:

Entrepreneur of the Year: An operator who has shown a unique pursuit of business, developed a product or concept, and/or found ways to expand operations.

Leadership Award: An operator who has influenced others to accomplish an objective or goal which resulted in positive effects on the organization.

Innovation Award: An operator who has shown advanced knowledge and use of social media, mobile apps, tech amenities, and/or tech-based fleet management, or an operator who has started a technology venture.

Carla Boroday Humanitarian Award: Named after the late Florida operator, industry association leader, and activist Carla Boroday, this award recognizes a person who has been creative and consistent in supporting a charity to improve quality of life or support a worthwhile cause.

Gold Star Award: Goes to a Good Samaritan who has gone beyond the call of duty in the spirit of service, acts of kindness, and good will.

If you know someone who deserves one of these more than any other operator, do them a solid and nominate them. Those who work in the world of chauffeured transportation need to be reminded they make a difference in the lives of their peers and those in their community.

APPLY HERE NOW! The deadline is October 10.

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