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Tuesday, August 09, 2022

San Diego, Calif.—American Motor Products, Inc. (AMProd) and Michelin have come together to provide a Fleet Discount Card created specifically for the livery industry. Operators across the country will be able to purchase tires throughout authorized Michelin dealers at the National Fleet Account price with expected savings from 20 percent to 30 percent.

This card will include discounts for tires of all sizes—from four-doors to busses. Brands stocked at authorized Michelin dealers include Goodrich, and Uniroyal, and Michelin, including the sought-after Michelin P245/60R/17 (T108) Energy LX4 limousine tires.

Dave Ward, executive vice president and chief of business development for AMProd also reports that the supply of the Michelin limousine tires are currently in stock.

Visit american-motor-products.com for more information. 

Boston--Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services announced that Andrea Bennett has joined its management team in Boston as general manager, roadshows, to further enhance its service for corporate roadshow clients in the United States and around the world. Bringing more than a decade of senior experience in roadshows, Bennett comes to the position from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where she most recently served as vice president, marketing project manager. Her additional experience includes roadshow positions at Deutsche Bank and UBS Securities.

Mike Fogarty, CEO of Tristar U.S., says, “We are delighted to welcome Andrea to her new role, to further enhance our position as the industry leader in roadshow service for corporate clients. Bringing a wealth of experience from the client perspective, Andrea will take our already strong roadshow offerings to a new level, as we continue to grow this important part of our domestic and international business.” 

Tristar successfully manages hundreds of roadshows for corporate clients each year, providing safe, seamless, efficient on-time service in dozens of cities around the world. Tristar is one of the only chauffeur services providers to have owned fleets in London, Manchester (UK), Boston, New York, and Hong Kong—ensuring a high level of roadshow service in these cities, and others around the world.

“I am delighted to join Tristar at this exciting moment in the company’s growth,” says Bennett. “The roadshow environment is an exciting and dynamic one, in which Tristar has already distinguished itself as a leader. I look forward to building on that track record and serving our corporate clients with a firsthand understanding of their service needs and requirements.”

Bennett can be reached at andrea.bennett@tristarworldwide.com, or by calling 866.686.0373.

Visit us.tristarworldwide.com. 

N.Y. Operators: Help Pass the Sales Tax Repeal!

An urgent call to action for all operators based in New York. The bill to repeal the sales tax on service passed an important committee in the Senate and it is on its way to the Finance Committee. David Bastian (Towne Auto Group) and Kevin Barwell (president of LBTOUNY) have been spearheading a grassroots campaign to drum up support to kill the sales tax once and for all...but they need your help. N.Y. operators are being asked to continue to contact the appropriate members of the Finance Committee with phone calls, emails, and faxes. A sample letter can be obtained from David at dbastian@towneauto.com, which then must be faxed or emailed to each committee member and your local representatives.

Again, letters should be sent to each committee member, as well as your local representatives.

Bastian says that the most important member of the Committee is Senator DeFrancisco. It is vital for everyone to send a letter to the Senator, but also to follow up with a call to his office. Let him know how this tax has impacted your business and ask for his support. He is the person that gets this bill to the floor and another step closer to repeal.

Finance Committee members’ contact information (courtesy of Black Car News)

Chair: Sen. John A. DeFrancisco
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