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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Members of The Ontario Limousine Owners Association Toronto — The Ontario Limousine Owners Association (OLOA) held its Annual General Meeting at the recently renovated Royal Woodbine Golf Course on October 17.

Nearly 80 members were in attendance and enjoyed appetizers while they got an in-person and up-close look at the new Lincoln Continental and Cadillac new CT-6. That was followed by a sit-down dinner, cooler bags as gifts, and door prizes.

The OLOA welcomed GM, Ford, Cowan Insurance, Dalton Timmis Insurance, Inkas, Peplinski Leasing, Fleetmatics, and A-Lease as returning sponsors. The association also introduced three new sponsors: Restor-FX, which had a new automotive coating on display; Ad Impact, a supplier of driver uniforms and company-branded items; and Limo Anywhere, tracking software for luxury ground transportation companies.

The Greater Toronto Airport Authority had a speaker presenting on the new procedures for pre-arranged bookings at the airport. As OLOA members had voiced their concerns and complications with the new procedure, so additional industry discussions will be held.

OLOA President John Dahdaly of Cullitons Limousine Service gave an industry speech on the discussions that have been held with the Ministry of Finance and the City of Toronto regarding Uber and its operations in the city.

The association would like to extend a special thank you to Northbridge Insurance for its presentation on distracted driving, which was of great interest and provided much-needed insight to those in attendance.

Visit oloa.ca for more information.

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