MARTIN ROMJUE: Limo operators give up a full day of work at their businesses so they can work on behalf of all their colleagues.
LCT NEWSMAKER PREVIEW: The August issue of LCT Magazine has an article containing some provocative views. Here’s one to contemplate: Associations fighting illegal operators, or hoping to get law enforcement and government to crack down on
MARTIN ROMJUE: A key sponsor at a Greater California Livery Association meeting shows the way forward on supporting limo industry causes and generating good business.
SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT: Any industry of any size will have members with differences of opinion and outlook, but once in a while I'll hear a smoking little whopper that needs clarifying. In most cases, the incorrect statement reflects
LCT EDITOR'S COLUMN: Limo operators frustrated with the economy and regulations during the last few years can support real change through the many industry groups trying to improve the business climate.
MARTIN ROMJUE: I recently heard one of the best political primers to date of what operators and small business owners need to be aware of this election year.
GROUND TRANSPORTATION DRAMA: San Francisco is one of the most desirable and scenic cities in the world, and its airport terminals stand out for their 21st Century amenities, internal design and traveler conveniences. But the San Francisco
GETTING NOTICED: Operator Douglas Schwartz of EXECUTIVE LIMOUSINE in Bellmore, N.Y., and the president of the LONG ISLAND LIMOUSINE ASSOCIATION, landed in the business section of the New York Times today in a column about Small Business.
PERFECT STORM: California operators to fight SFO green vehicle policy; scientist claims global cooling; CA global warming bill would drive business out of state; and it's a cold wet May in Europe.
TO CATCH A LIMO: Bureaucrats at the San Francisco International Airport seem hellbent on enforcing STRICT GREEN VEHICLE REGULATIONS, which will be the subject of a major GCLA TOWN HALL MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT. But, aren't there
GREATER CALIFORNIA LIVERY ASSOCIATION: The industry group representing the state with the most operators has completed its list of officers, directors, and vendor directors for 2010. . . a WHO'S WHO of the Golden State's chauffeured transportation scene. . .
CHRISTMAS REPORT: The Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association offers a heartwarming account of how operators and their families and employees rallied for the association's annual Limo By Santa event on Dec. 14 at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. Participating PRLA members were Aries Limousine, Global Limousine Service, Private Coach Limousine Service, and Profile Transportation Service. . .
HOLIDAY CLOSER: The Greater California Livery Association gathered for its last function of the year Monday night, celebrating the approach of 2010 much more than the passage of a rough 2009. . .
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