Friday, August 14, 2020

The MCTA welcomed nearly 30 attendees to its March 4 post-Super Bowl partySt. Paul — Even a year before the February 4 Super Bowl LII brought scores of out-of-towners, football die-hards, and one of the busiest days in sports to Minneapolis, the members of the Minnesota Chauffeured Transportation Association (MCTA) have been gearing up for The Big Game’s nearby arrival.

On March 4, the association combined its annual holiday party with a post-Super Bowl celebration observing members’ successful completion of statewide transportation logistics that required true all-hands-on-deck participation and support. The celebratory dinner at The Lexington brought together nearly 30 local operators, their spouses, and teams to toast to a job well done.

MCTA members—including President Charlie Murray of Total Luxury Limousine (third from left)—enjoyed dinner, drinks, and a reception at The LexingtonMuch like previous years, the evening affair included a Year in Review slideshow and a trivia contest filled with fun facts about and childhood photos of attendees.

Current MCTA President Charlie Murray of Total Luxury Limousine—who began making his company’s Super Bowl plans as far back as January 2016—held a short program to recognize 2017’s outgoing president Len Nelson of Valley Limousine and secretary/treasurer Gina Brennan of Corporate Car & Coach.

Check out the April edition of Chauffeur Driven for expanded coverage of the event.

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