JIM LUFF: Operators are having trouble finding service-oriented chauffeurs across the nation.
This was one of the most crucial industry events for the future of the industry.
JIM LUFF: Some of you are not following basic networking instructions from the International LCT Show.
Why I really left the daily grind of operations.
BILL FAETH: Do you have clients who could bring you far more contract work?
Here are some ways you can use the holidays to book business for upcoming special events.
If you are no longer happy, it will show and you will not succeed. Take care of yourself first.
JIM LUFF: We should be taking cues from other industries on the number one expectation of customers: Convenience.
Limo U founder Bill Faeth offers attendees a game-changing opportunity at the trade show Nov. 5 in Atlantic City.
One party of girls wanted to be smacked upside the backside every time they exited the limousine.
The LCT Summit keynoter starts contributing this week to our blog by asking: What is it you want bad enough to work for?
You are what you write. Make sure you leave a good business impression, especially on social media.
Machines will not take away all of our jobs any more than the Y2K scare ushered in Armageddon.
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