After a two-year hiatus, the Ontario Limousine Owners Association (OLOA) has set a date for the next membership meeting. Scheduled for Monday, October 24, at 6:30 p.m., at the Royal Woodbine Golf Club in Etobicoke, Ontario, the members-only dinner event will give operators the opportunity to network and discuss local industry happenings.
In the meantime, the OLOA has announced elections for the coming year. According to Treasurer Phil Bozzelli of Corporate Livery Toronto, there are two director spots open with two executive directors stepping down. To date, four members have expressed interest in being a director. The association may explore the option of using an electronic ballot. If this occurs, members will be notified via e-mail.
“The next two years should be exciting with 4 new directors joining the OLOA,” says Bozzelli. “After almost three years of doing business by phone or email, a new group will join us at the meeting. Two of our long-time executives will stay on as directors at large. Their knowledge and connections are invaluable to the membership as a whole.”
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