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West Coaster Wins Free Year Membership To CFLA

Lexi Tucker
Posted on November 16, 2018

(l to r) Wendy Kleefisch and Tiffany Hinton had a great time cooking and networking at this year's LCT East Show.

(l to r) Wendy Kleefisch and Tiffany Hinton had a great time cooking and networking at this year's LCT East Show.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Wendy Kleefisch, owner of Brevard Executive Limousine and president of the Central Florida Livery Association, was shocked when the business card of Tiffany Hinton of MOTEV in Los Angeles, Calif. was drawn as the winner of a yearly membership to the association at a Nov. 13 CFLA meeting at the Clarion Inn

Tiffany and her crew were lookin' fly at the CFLA booth at LCT East.

Tiffany and her crew were lookin' fly at the CFLA booth at LCT East.

The two became fast friends at this year's LCT East Show held at Harrah's Resort and Casino in Atlantic City during the Ladies of the Industry cooking class, so it was a pleasant surprise when guest speaker and labor law attorney Luis Santos with FordHarrison Law Firm drew Hinton's out of 52 other business cards. LCT East attendees were asked to take a funny photo in front of the CFLA banner Kleefisch had brought and then drop off their business card for the drawing. It just goes to show connections can be made no matter what coast attendees live on as they walk the association alley. 

The CFLA meets every second Tuesday of the month from 6pm to 8pm at the Clarion Inn.

Related Topics: central florida livery association, Florida operators, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, Los Angeles operators, meetings and conventions, tradeshows, Wendy Kleefisch

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