The time is now or never in ensuring the limousine industry remains a viable ground transportation sector, leaders say.
Dawson Rutter, Cheryl Berkman and David Seelinger will discuss and answer questions about all-things Uber and TNCs at big association event.
Legislation working its way through the California political system takes the national lead in treating TNCs like limousine companies.
PHOTO GALLERY: California operators networked and got some good business advice at the May 13 member meeting in Long Beach, Calif.
A presentation by group leaders lands a critical boost from the state insurance chief on improving insurance coverage of Uber-type services.
The Greater California Livery Association sent teams of members to Sacramento to meet with legislators on laws and rules affecting the industry.
Rich Azzolino will succeed Mark Stewart as president of the GCLA, the largest state limousine association in the U.S.
The outgoing leader leaves behind a solid legacy of milestones and accomplishments as the GCLA recognizes its many contributors.
The NLA's lobby firm brought members up to speed on important industry issues before visiting Capitol Hill.
The association will make sure to promote and protect the interests of limousine operators following the fatal accident in San Francisco.
March 2013 LCT Editor Letter: While not a win-win, the law is a best case that resulted from good communication and industry leadership.
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