On Wednesday, October 14, the Wisconsin Limousine Association (WLA) held a brief conference call to touch base with members and share industry news. Chief among the topics discussed was a grant awarded to the association by the National Limousine Association (NLA).
As part of the NLA’s Association Grant Program, WLA received a $900 rebate check, which the board announced will be used towards 2021 member dues. Thanks to this influx of cash, WLA members can join and renew for the new year at a reduced rate of $25.
In other membership news, WLA President Larry Epstein of Gallant Knight Limousine announced that ground transportation software provider CoachRail has joined the association as a vendor member.
Unfortunately, COVID-19 cases are seeing a steady rise in Wisconsin, which has led to an increase in cancelled trips and events. Members were waiting to see if Governor Tony Evers would institute a capacity limit in the state’s bars and restaurants. Alas, later in the week it was reported that lobbying group Tavern League of Wisconsin had the order blocked in court.
WLA has scheduled their next meeting for November 11.
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