The Limousine Association of New Jersey (LANJ) welcomed members and guests from across the tri-state area for their annual holiday dinner on Tuesday, December 13, at Fernandes Steakhouse in Newark, N.J. On hand for a the all-you-can eat rodizio-style meal were more than 80 attendees, including CD President Chris Weiss and Editor Rob Smentek.
Following a networking-heavy cocktail hour sponsored by Complete Fleet Livery Sales, LANJ President Jason Sharenow of Broadway Elite Worldwide welcomed the members to the evening event.
“LANJ is back on track,” pledged Sharenow, stating that the association will host regular events and meetings in 2023.
Next, Sharenow thanked LANJ Board Members, particularly the membership committee for their hard work. He also thanked affiliate and vendor members, who he said are “integral to the success of the association.”
Sharenow then thanked Barry Trabb of Complete Fleet for sponsoring the cocktail hour, affirming that the dealer is “fully committed to the success of the industry.” New, returning, and perspective members were then acknowledged, as was the association’s lobbyist who is deeply involved in fighting the congestion pricing debacle in New York City.
Finally, Sharenow concluded his time at the mic by expressing his appreciation for the efforts of LANJ Executive Director Patricia Nelson.
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