The Brazilian steakhouse is a CLA favorite, and allows for flexible arrival and departure times so as many members can attend as possible. Knowing that an association filled with business owners means that demanding schedules and client needs come first no matter how much a member would like to enjoy socializing with their peers, the board was determined to ensure a dinner option that could offer a merry and bright evening for everyone.
The event included more than $1,500 in door prizes and raffles. Guests went home with everything from an InstantPot and gift cards to a $100 CLA membership credit and a pass to the 2019 Chauffeur Driven Show in Boston, which was won by Frank Lacks of Private First Class. The association extends it gratitude to event sponsors Chauffeur Driven, Research Underwriters, and Transwest Financial for the support and gift donations.
Attendees agreed that this year’s holiday dinner really showcased the true colors of Colorado’s operators, as a new independent operator who had just moved to the area made this their first meeting—and was welcomed him with open arms and words of wisdom from everyone in attendance.
The next CLA meeting will be January 15, when elections for the 2019 board will be held.
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