Orlando, Fla. — The Central Florida Livery Association (CFLA) recently announced that they have secured the CFLA.org domain name for their website. The Orlando-based non-profit organization purchased the domain in an effort to elevate the CFLA brand.
"We always wanted CFLA.org since day one, but our board unfortunately voted against the idea last year due to financial circumstances. It was a bit early for us.” said Wendy Kleefisch, CFLA president.
New CFLA vendor director, Ryan Hilberth, CEO of Rental Limo and Book.Limo, made an effort to spruce up the association’s website's design and encouraged the CFLA to seriously consider acquiring the CFLA.org domain after bringing in new vendor sponsorship money.
"Looking at other marquee limo associations such as the NLA, GCLA, and LANJ using “four-letter dot org” domains, it was a no-brainer that we needed to figure out how to get this domain name ASAP for the CFLA," said Hilberth.
After raising the funds necessary to make the deal happen, the board voted again recently on the CFLA.org initiative, this time deciding to invest heavily in the CFLA's online home once and for all. The association will also give each of their members a personal email under the CFLA.org domain.
In other news, the CFLA held its vendor appreciation meeting on March 7 to allow vendor members a chance to share swag items and an elevator pitch to its members. Battisti Customs sponsored the meeting, and President Bill Battisti was welcomed as guest speaker.
The next CFLA meeting is scheduled for April 11.
Visit cfla.org for more information.