Arizona Group Launches New Website, Boosts Operator Support

Posted on October 17, 2017
(logo: ALA)

(logo: ALA)

TEMPE, AZ – To further support local limousine and ground transportation companies, the non-profit Arizona Limousine Association (ALA) recently launched its new website,

The website marks new actions from the organization aimed at helping Arizona’s licensed operators. On the website, active members, as well as operators interested in membership, can find details on state compliance and remain informed on ALA affairs by reading the board’s meeting minutes. The ALA aligns closely with the National Limousine Association to ensure uniformity and best practices within the industry as a whole.

“The ALA works to even the playing field, so our industry can provide service without the overlapping web of conflicting regulations that inhibit our growth, which transportation network companies, or TNCs, are exempt from,” said ALA President, Jeff Conly. “As a source of information and fellowship, the new ALA website serves as our latest effort to keep limousine and ground transportation companies competitive in Arizona’s landscape.”

Providing resources and information to help members run their businesses in a profitable and efficient way, the ALA educates chauffeured transportation operators, suppliers and vendors, as well as local and regional associations, to ensure their continued growth, development and prosperity. The association also works to create a harmonious environment for ground transportation operators in the State of Arizona, while allowing companies to compete ethically, as well as learn from each other.

The ALA is also the voice of the Arizona luxury ground transportation industry on legislation and issues affecting the limousine and chauffeured car community, especially concerning freedom in the workplace for independent contractors and operators.

Members of the ALA are entitled to exclusive discounts from vendors. ALA members also gain access to resources that include, but are not limited to, legislative templates and tools for local use, free seminars on limousine business management and TNC resources, including sample letter templates and a state policy advocacy checklist. ALA members also receive savings on various discount programs that are designed to more than pay for ALA membership.

Chauffeured and ground transportation companies in Arizona interested in joining the ALA can visit for details on becoming a member and for more information on the benefits of an ALA membership.

Related Topics: Arizona Limousine Association, Arizona operators, business growth, limo associations, networking, websites

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