Lancer Leader Ally
Tuesday, August 09, 2022

Keep yourself informed and connected to other members of the industry by attending these important meetings. You can also view meetings for the rest of the year on Chauffeur Driven’s Industry Events page.

 August 2022

New England Livery Association
21st Annual Golf Tournament
8/9 at Marlborough Country Club in Mass. (registration required)

Pennsylvania Bus Association
9th Annual Motorcoach Safety & Preparedness Workshop
8/9 at York Springs Fire Hall in York Springs (registration required)

WINiT Summit
At the GBTA Convention 2022
8/14 at 11:00 a.m. at the San Diego Convention Center (registration required)

Global Business Travel Association
Convention 2022
8/14-8/17 at the San Diego Convention Center (registration required)

Illinois Limousine & Bus Association
Coffee with ILLBA Zoom meeting
8/16 at 10:00 a.m. CT (RSVP to info@illba.org)

National Association of Motorcoach Operators
2022 Conference
8/18-8/21 at the Doubletree by Hilton Perimeter Park in Birmingham, Ala. (registration required)

 September 2022

Greater California Livery Association
The Luxury Transportation Expo 2022
9/6-9/7
at the Portofino Resort & Conference Center in Redondo Beach (registration required)

Minority Limousine Operators of America
Golf Tournament & Fundraiser
9/10 in Atlanta, Ga. (registration required)

Minority Limousine Operators of America
1st MLOA Conference
9/11-9/14 in Atlanta, Ga. (registration required)

National Limousine Association
Annual Day on the Hill
9/20-9/21 in Washington, D.C. (registration required)

International Association of Transportation Regulators
35th Annual Conference
9/22-9/25 at The Peabody in Memphis, Tenn. (registration required)

Maryland Motorcoach Association
Annual Group Leader Travel Showcase
9/26-9/27 at the Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury (registration required)

Did we miss your association meeting or have incorrect information? Let us know! Email susan@chauffeurdriven.com or rob@chauffeurdriven.com to be included in our calendar.

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