Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Marlton, N.J. — The slate of candidates for the 2015 National Limousine Association (NLA) board election has been released. By the deadline for nominations on November 21, NLA had received a total of 21 applications for seven open seats. There are two open seats for At-Large and Southeast Region and one seat for each of the following regions: Central, Northeast, and West. Information on all candidates as well as their reasons for running for the NLA Board has been posted here: limo.org/board-member-applicants.

"It is really great to see how many industry business owners and officers see the importance of being involved in this prestigious association,” says NLA President Gary Buffo of Pure Luxury Transportation.

Candidates for the two At-Large seats are Joel Amato of Gateway Global; Jeff Greene of Greene Worldwide Transportation, Bruce Heinrich of LEADER Worldwide Chauffeur Services, and Ron Stein of Exclusive Sedan Service.

Candidates for the two Southeast seats are Robert Alexander of RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, Laura Canady of CLT Express, David Glazier of Fleet Transportation, Carl Haley Jr. of Grand Avenue Limousine, Andy Thompson of Rose Chauffeured Transportation, Scott Tinkler of Aventura Worldwide Transportation, and Rick Versace of A1A Airport & Limousine Service.

Candidates for the one Central seat are Matt Assolin of Nikko’s Worldwide Chauffeured Services, Mary Harrell-Paul of Crown Chauffeured Services, Charlie Murray of Total Luxury Limousine, Eileen Pickus of People Express Worldwide, and Steve Qua of Company Car and Limousine.

Candidates for the one Northeast seat are Michael Campbell of Grace Limousine, Jon Epstein of Royal Coachman Worldwide, and James MacGilvray of Partners Executive Transportation.

Candidates for the one West seat are Maurice Brewster of Mosaic Global Transportation and Christopher Quinn of Corporate Transportation Solutions.

Ballots are currently being mailed to members with a deadline of January 23, 2015; ballots received after the deadline will not be counted.

“Wherever the election lands, I am very thankful for your support to the National Limousine Association. It is because of all of us that this association exists. Continue to be involved, as we are thankful for your support,” says Buffo.

Visit limo.org for more information.