Boston Chauffeur Driven Show
Friday, October 18, 2019

Andrew Card, the longest-serving White House Chief of Staff in the past 50 years, will speak at the Oct. 14 NELA breakfast meeting Boston —You won’t want to miss the New England Livery Association’s (NELA’s) next meeting, which will be held at the CD/NLA Show Monday, October 14. The breakfast meeting will begin at 8 a.m. in the Boston Westin Waterfront’s Marina 1-2 conference rooms. Members, supporters, and show attendees alike are all welcome to attend.

Sponsored by Lancer Insurance, Research Underwriters, and Vehicle Tracking Solutions, the meeting will showcase the education that NELA strives to bring to its meetings by featuring Andrew Card, the longest-serving White House Chief of Staff in the past 50 years and whose tenure included such iconic moments as breaking the news of the 9/11 attacks to then-President George W. Bush. Card also served as Secretary of Transportation under President George H. W. Bush.

Then-White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card informs President George W. Bush of the September 11, 2001, attacks

Card, a Massachusetts native, is well-versed in speaking on a variety of topics, and will discuss leadership, effective management in the face of crisis, and his insider’s perspective on the current administration.

The association also invites non-members to visit the NELA booth (#81) on the show floor to receive 25 percent off their first year of vendor, affiliate, or operator membership.

The next NELA event will be its December 10 holiday party.

Visit nelivery.org for more information.

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