People

Cleveland Company Promotes New General Manager

Posted on September 13, 2017
Parke Qua, general manager of Company Car and Limousine
Parke Qua, general manager of Company Car and Limousine

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Company Car and Limousine recently promoted Parke Qua to general manager, a senior position within the company.

Qua joined Company Car in 2009 after completing his education at The University of Alabama and has been groomed for this position since his arrival.

Parke Qua, the oldest son of company founder and owner Steve Qua, started with the company as a chauffeur and has worked in reservations and dispatch before beginning his management career. As the general manager, he will manage and oversee anything that moves. The company is confident their already premier level vehicles will be even better maintained, their digital dispatch platform expanded, and their top-notch chauffeur staff will be challenged to be even better under his leadership.

About The Company

Since 1994, Company Car and Limousine has been the transportation service of choice for many of Clevelands’ largest manufacturers and firms, visitors, and local travelers. In addition to being an LCT Operator of The Year award recipient, the company is represented on the Chauffeured Success Group, the first 20-group in the limousine industry. Owner Steve Qua serves as a board director of the National Limousine Association.

Information: (216) 861-7433; www.companycarlimo.com. Smartphone applications can be found in both the Apple App and Google Play store.

Source: Company Car and Limousine press release

Related Topics: executive changes, family businesses, Ohio operators, Steven Qua

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Video

State Of The Limousine Industry 1-21-19 @ LIMO U

LCT Publisher Sara Eastwood-Richardson and Dav El/BostonCoach CEO and NLA leader Scott Solombrino gave a state of the industry presentation Jan. 21, 2019 at Limo University's LABLive conference in Nashville, Tenn.

Video

New York Operators Oppose Stretch Limo Ban

Operators Douglas Schwartz of the Long Island Transportation Association and Kevin Barwell of the Limousine Bus Taxi Operators of Upstate New York went to Albany, N.Y. on Jan. 30, 2019 to speak before the Joint Legislative Public Hearing on the 2019-2020 Executive Budget to oppose a proposal to ban modified stretch limousines in the state of New York.