SEPT. LCT: Complying with labor laws meant to protect employees gets tough since drivers can’t pull over and take a 30-minute break.
MAY LCT: The policy challenges remain stiff, but operator interests could get more attention from a new, more pro-business agenda in D.C.
JULY LCT Cover: In an exclusive Q&A, industry leader and CEO Scott Solombrino strategizes on issues and challenges ahead.
Startling results trigger the announcement of the Day On The Hill lobbying initiative.
Qualifying operators may apply by Nov. 13 to run for seats spanning the U.S., Canada and the globe.
The NLA membership will decide whether to shift its voting standard from one-company-one-vote to one-owner-one-vote.
Laura Canady is getting ready to testify at an important public hearing Jan. 26 to oppose transportation permits for Uber.
DEC. LCT: Operator and NLA leader Michael Oldenburg transports the movers and shakers of Europe’s strongest economy.
The trade group contracts with a high-profile public relations firm to get the truth out about limousine services versus TNCs.
MARCH LCT COVER STORY: The CEO who grew up in a family business in Washington, D.C., now runs its largest limousine service and helps lead an industry.
The affinity sponsorship program will devote proceeds from each Lincoln livery vehicle sale to the NLA and its top charity.
Rich Azzolino will succeed Mark Stewart as president of the GCLA, the largest state limousine association in the U.S.
Local and state groups affiliated with the NLA have one more week to apply in the limo industry’s official association award contest.
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