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GCLA Presents Award Of Excellence To Chosen Payments

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Posted on May 21, 2019

Chosen Payments staff with Mo Garkani: (L to R): DeSean Francis, Rick Brodsly, Kacy Waxman, Jeff Brodsly, GCLA President Mo Garkani, Katie Martinez, and Jim Luff

Chosen Payments staff with Mo Garkani: (L to R): DeSean Francis, Rick Brodsly, Kacy Waxman, Jeff Brodsly, GCLA President Mo Garkani, Katie Martinez, and Jim Luff

LOS ANGELES --- Chosen Payments, a credit card processing provider in the ground transportation industry, has been recognized by the Greater California Livery Association for its longstanding support as a sponsor and event organizer.

Jeff Brodsly, CEO of Chosen Payments, previously served as 2nd vice president of GCLA.

GCLA President Mo Garkani presented Brodsly with the association's 2019 Award of Excellence at a membership meeting held in Los Angeles on May 14. Garkani said the award recognizes Brodsly's and the entire Chosen Payments team's “generous donations, recognition of outstanding professionalism, support, sponsorship, and industry involvement in California."

“As much as you’ve done, I don’t think there is any possibility we could ask for more,” he said. 

Upon receiving the award, Brodsly called out the Chosen Payments staff members in attendance and praised their efforts.

“Without my team, we would be nothing. I can’t stand up here and say I did this. Congratulations Chosen Team." Brodsly then invited team members to join him on stage.

After receiving the award, Brodsly described how Chosen Payments helps merchants grow their businesses through weekly educational articles and by helping regional, state, and national associations expand their membership ranks.

Source: Chosen Payments press release

Related Topics: Chosen Payments, credit card processing, GCLA, Greater California Livery Association, honors and awards, Jeff Brodsly, limo associations

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