Monday, May 23, 2022

The CFLA embraced its February 14 meeting date with a Valentine’s Day theme Orlando — The Central Florida Livery Association (CFLA) celebrated Valentine’s Day during its February 14 meeting, with attendees decked out in red, holiday-appropriate decorations dotting the Signature Transportation Group meeting locale, and a smorgasbord of sweets—including homemade snacks and a chocolate fountain.

With the association approaching the anniversary of its inception, the CFLA continues to expand its influence by working with Eddie St. Clair from Port Canaveral Port Authority. The working relationship aims to find a better way to serve the transportation companies operating there, with CFLA President Wendy Kleefisch now sitting on the board of Florida’s fastest-growing cruise port.

CFLA President Wendy Kleefisch with newest board member Ryan Hilberth The meeting saw the internal operations of CFLA expand, as it was announced that Rental Limo/ founder and CEO Ryan Hilberth was named its first vendor director. The addition was inspired by an initiative to build up CFLA benefits while also improving membership numbers as a whole.

“I am so confident that Ryan can help us all grow the CFLA, as well as our businesses at the same time, and we are absolutely thrilled to announce that he is joining our board,” Kleefisch said.

Hilberth was also the meeting’s guest speaker, who discussed how his products can help clients maximize the earning potential of their fleets—and announced a CFLA membership benefits program by offering extended 60-day free trials to members who are interested in becoming Rental Limo or customers.

While the association typically convenes on the second Tuesday of each month, the next CFLA meeting will be March 7.

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