Boston Chauffeur Driven Show
Thursday, June 20, 2019

 L to R: CD’s Business Development Manager Rickie Roberts, Industry & Brand Ambassador Philip Jagiela, CD Show Pass winner Beverly Armstead of Execu-Car of New Jersey, and LANJ President Jason Sharenow of Broadway Elite Chauffeured Services Worldwide Livingston, N.J. — When the Limousine Association of New Jersey (LANJ) held its debut Vendor Appreciation Day at Cedar Hill Country Club on September 28, more than 100 association operators, vendors, and supporters turned out for a day designed to ensure that the association’s vendor members were appropriately thanked for their ongoing support.

CD’s Industry & Brand Ambassador Philip Jagiela and Business Development Manager Rickie Roberts were among those who attended the first-time event, and represented Chauffeur Driven at its vendor station.

The day kicked off with an Executive Board meeting to discuss association matters before launching into a meeting packed with information benefiting all attendees. With more than a dozen vendors showcasing their services, products, and vehicles, the event also included a four-person panel discussion with Richard Ackerman of P.A. Post Agency, LANJ Second Vice President Jeff Brodsly of Chosen Payments, Mark Leddy of Cadillac Professional Vehicles (also the main event sponsor), and Chris McCrae of Karhoo. LANJ President Jason Sharenow of Broadway Elite Chauffeured Services Worldwide moderated the panel, which occupied much of the event and allowed each panelist to speak to their strengths and offer advice according to their areas of expertise.

 L to R: LANJ President Jason Sharenow of Broadway Elite Chauffeured Services Worldwide moderated the day’s four-person panel that featured LANJ Second Vice President Jeff Brodsly of Chosen Payments, Mark Leddy of Cadillac Professional Vehicles, Richard Ackerman of P.A. Post Agency, and Chris McCrae of Karhoo Representatives from platinum sponsors Cadillac Professional Vehicles, Chosen Payments, Complete Fleet Livery Sales, iCARS, T-Mobile, and Vehicle Tracking Solutions were also awarded plaques to thank them for their part in keeping LANJ a successful, 135-person association that can keep fighting for the industry on a statewide level.

Toward the end of the meeting, Jagiela and Roberts raffled off a pass to the soon-approaching 2016 CD Show, which heads to Washington, D.C. this weekend. Beverly Armstead of Execu-Car of New Jersey was the lucky winner.

The next general LANJ meeting will be November 14 in Atlantic City.

Visit lanj.org for more information.

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