LOCAL LIMOUSINE SERVICE AGAINST UBER LIFT AND SIDECAR, JOINS IN GLOBAL CONVENTION

Lorenzo Armani

By Lorenzo Armani

Absolute Styling Limousine, a local limousine service participated in the International Limousine Charter & Tour annual convention and trade show held this month in Las Vegas, CEO Lorenzo Armani said.
The educational sessions will help the company to improve the delivery of service with a focus on the safety of passengers. The three-day convention is sponsored by companies such as Lincoln, Cadillac, Mercedes Benz, LimoAnywhere, and focuses on all aspects of providing limousine, SUV's and sedan service.

The educational sessions arranged by the National Limousine Association for its members offers continuing college-style credits and keep the company up to date on new laws and trends, Lorenzo Armani said. He attended a chauffeur training class designed to teach companies on the best and safest practices of driving vehicles, serving customers, so he can pass on the information to company employees.
Lorenzo Armani also attended classes on regulatory issues, human relations management to give his company an edge in their operations.

The annual convention and trade show is attended by about 3,000 limousine companies around the world from 32 nations. It is co-produced by LCT Magazine, a B2B global magazine for the chauffeured transportation industry, and the National Limousine Association, the trade group representing the industry. Absolute Styling Limousine Worldwide Transportation operates in all major cities in around the world. Vehicles including limousines, buses, sedans, vans and wheelchair-lift vans, and has been serving the community since 2012.
The company is planning to launch its latest version of Vancouver Limousine Service App available for free on the App Store in June 2015.
We are learning a hard lesson from our partners in the United States where car sharing apps like Uber and Lyft and Sidecar have a negative impact on the taxi and limousine industry Lorenzo Armani said.
We believe that we can service Vancouver with an app that's new, cool and easy to use but at the same time follows all the ICBC and Passenger Transportation Board requirements.
We wanna stimulate our local economy and keep the jobs here before letting US companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar come and compete unfairly and putting our passengers at risk Lorenzo Armani said.

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