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GCLA Board The GCLA board at 2014’s holiday party Napa, Calif. — The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) is hosting its first-ever Northern California Holiday Party & Membership Meeting on December 8 at Napa Valley Ford Lincoln. To commemorate the occasion, the association has planned a full schedule of events around the holiday party.

Napa Valley Ford Lincoln promises to go all out for the holiday bash. The event will offer a fully catered dinner as well as a wine-tasting experience during a networking session. Scheduled speakers at the meeting include representatives from Telemudo, the Super Bowl 50 host committee, and the Napa Valley Chamber of Commerce. Guests looking to add to their fleets will also be offered great deals on Ford Lincoln livery vehicles. In keeping with the spirit of the season, API Global is offering complimentary bus transportation to and from the Napa meeting. The party will also include sponsor presentations, legislative updates, prizes, and more. GCLA members and their guests can order discounted advance tickets for $40 (member) and $50 (non-member).

But the fun isn’t exclusive to the NorCal party, as the GCLA is also sponsoring two special excursions prior to the main event. On Monday, December 7, the association is hosting a wine-tasting tour that will take attendees to vineyards in St. Helena and Napa Valley at $150 per person. In addition, a golf outing is planned for December 8 at 10 a.m. at the Silverado Resort and Spa. This famed 18-hole course was redesigned by PGA Hall of Famer Johnny Miller and is home to two PGA Open events. The $150 price covers a boxed lunch, green and golf fees, range balls prior to start, and complimentary bag handling and club cleaning. Reservations are required and must be made prior to December 1. Email GCLAJennifer@gmail.com to register for the pre-party events.

The GCLA will also be holding its annual meeting and holiday party December 15 at The Proud Bird in Los Angeles.

Visit gcla.org or call 818-398-7676 for more information.

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