Saturday, November 27, 2021

Costa Mesa, Calif.—The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) is preparing for its annual Expo and Trade Show on September 25 at Promenade and Gardens in Costa Mesa.

Along with vendor displays, the “Next Generation” Livery Vehicle Display will showcase all new offerings including the Lincoln MKT & MKS, Navigator SUV, Cadillac XTS, and Escalade SUV. In the Coach Builder’s Display, attendants will be able to check out all the latest Lincoln MKT limousines, Sprinter vans, CNG and propane vans, minicoaches, and limobuses.

Admission will be $65 for non-members and $50 for members prior to Sept. 24, and $80 for non-members and $65 for members at the door.

For more information, visit gcla.org.

Moorpark, Calif.--Chosen Payments (CP), an electronic payment processing provider, has partnered with the National Limousine Association (NLA). CP will offer incentive programs to members and nonmembers of the NLA including credit card processing, next-day funding, and customer service.

“This has been one of the longest awaited and highly desired partnerships that CP has entered into this year,” says CP CEO Jeff Brodsly. “This partnership solidifies our dedication to the limousine industry, and we will continue to increase our presence in this great space of limousine operators nationwide.”

Visit liverypayments.com for more information.

Naples, Fla.—American Comfort Limousines has teamed up with the Lighthouse of Collier, a Florida-based charity organization for the blind, for the third year in a row by providing rides to and from the charity’s Annual Summer Children's Camp. This year’s camper turnout was a 50 percent increase from last year. With that, American Comfort Limousines ended up giving 80 rides—amounting to over $9,000 in donated service.

Company owner Jon Ziemba explains that American Comfort Limousines connected with the charity through a mutual connection in the limousine industry a few years ago and has been contributing ever since. According to him, the Lighthouse of Collier provides new opportunities for the blind that might not have been there before.

“There are so many different schools in Collier County,” says Ziemba, “and unless these children and adults come together here, they don’t get the chance to meet up with people that are like themselves.”

To find out more about the Lighthouse of Collier, visit lighthouseofcollier.org. To see more about the camp, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8onTEzJfyw&feature=youtu.be.