Friday, March 22, 2019

Haverhill, Mass.—Black Tie Limousine of Massachusetts, amid steady growth, has hired three new staff members to its team. Event Coordinator Kemma Healey, Director of Sales and Affiliate Relations Nicolette Burns, and General Manager David Lathbury were all added to the Black Tie family between 2012 and 2013.

“There are times in our careers where we come into contact with individuals who are a perfect fit for your organization,” states Mark Mollica, Black Tie Limousine president. “Successful organizations find ways of hiring and retaining them, this has been one of the key factors in the success of Black Tie Limousine.”

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Kitchener, Ontario—Brent Ferguson, CMO and Managing Director of Brentwood Livery in Ontario, completed his fifth annual Grand River Hospital Foundation (GRHF) Ride for Cancer in late August, raising $300,000 for the hospital’s cancer treatment program.

Ferguson’s father and Brentwood Livery founder David Ferguson lost his fight to cancer 6 years ago. His son, moved by the quality care he received in his last days from Grand River Hospital Cancer Centre, decided to do all he could do help.

“We all have someone close to us fighting cancer,” says Ferguson, “so we want to fight to provide the best possible care while they are going through it as well as resources to help beat this awful disease.”

Ferguson provided chauffeured rides home for all participants on the 115-kilometer ride (about 72 miles), which included Canadian Olympian cyclist Curt Harnett among other professional riders. The day ended with a post-ride barbeque and dinner also provided by Brentwood Livery.

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Burlington County, N.J.—Limousine Association of New Jersey (LANJ) Executive Director Barry Lefkowitz was honored with the 2013 Public Service Award by the Southern Burlington County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (sbcNAACP) on Nov. 1 in Cinnaminson, N.J. The award was presented to him by U.S. Congressman Rob Andrews and N.J. State Senator Diane Allen.

Lefkowitz, having grown up in foster homes and eventually putting himself through college at 18 toward a successful future, has dedicated much of his life to working for economic development in Africa and scholarship opportunities for disadvantaged inner-city youth. According to Rev. Dr. Ken Gordon Jr., President of the sbcNAACP, Lefkowitz was the unanimous winner amongst committee members amid the ten other nominees for this year’s award.

“We are extremely excited about Barry receiving the award,” says Gordon. “There is no one more deserving than him.”