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Operators Of The Year Honored At LCT Show

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 26, 2019

The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) won the NLA LCT Association of the Year Award

The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) won the NLA LCT Association of the Year Award

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The LCT Operator of the Year Awards held at LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay honored some amazing members of the industry on March 26. The winners will be featured on the cover of the May 2019 issue of LCT Magazine. 

The Greater California Livery Association was the recipient of the LCT-NLA Association Award of Excellence.

Windy City Bus and Limousine of Chicago won Motorcoach Operator of the Year

Windy City Bus and Limousine of Chicago won Motorcoach Operator of the Year

The Motorcoach Operator of the Year winner, George Jacobs of Windy City Limousine and Bus in Chicago, was honored for proving how running buses can successfully evolve from high touch luxury limo service.

The Global Operator of the Year award went to Karim Maachi of Cardel Global Group in Paris, who demonstrates a strategy LCT has been preaching for years: The need to diversify business into related luxury sectors. Maachi also won the Global award in 2012.

Paul Walsh of Superior Executive Transportation in Virgina Beach won in the 1-10 vehicle category

Paul Walsh of Superior Executive Transportation in Virgina Beach won in the 1-10 vehicle category

Paul Walsh of Superior Executive Transportation in Virginia Beach won in the 1-10 vehicle category. He excels in quality, personal service the true traditional way, with chauffeurs drawn from the former ranks of the military and law enforcement.

In the 11-30 vehicles category, Robert Gaskill of MOTEV in Los Angeles won for his unique approach to service, fleet line-up, management, and community involvement in many ways, all done with style and a cutting-edge message in a very creative place. Gaskill also serves on the board of the Greater California Livery Association.

Christina Nguyen of Concierge Limousine in California won in the 31-50 vehicle category 

Christina Nguyen of Concierge Limousine in California won in the 31-50 vehicle category 

Dan Amado and Tina Nguyen of Concierge Limousine in Westminster, California won in the 31-50 vehicles category. They were honored for giving back to their chauffeurs and employees, clients, and community. They seem to have a gift for everyone, along with a true gift for luxury service. 

Robert and Matthew Levine of Hy's Limousine Worldwide in Connecticut won in the 51+ category

Robert and Matthew Levine of Hy's Limousine Worldwide in Connecticut won in the 51+ category

Robert Levine and Matthew Levine of Hy’s Limousine Worldwide in Connecticut were the winners in the 51+ vehicle category. A longstanding family business that knows its area, clients, and mission inside and out, Hy's has made headlines with a chauffeur who rescued a truck driver from a crash and by offering jobs to furloughed federal employees  during the government shutdown.

Related Topics: honors and awards, ILCT 2019, Mandalay Bay, Operator of the Year, Operator of the Year Awards

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
Comments ( 1 )
  • joe lavin

     | about 24 days ago

    Good Morning! i was reading about the LCT show & the awards to the operators of the year and a statement caught my eye. The Cardel Group the global operator of the year there is a statement that says " LCT has been preaching for years: The need to diversify business into related luxury sectors" is there anyway i can see past articles on this ? thank you

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