The 2017 Chauffeur Driven Show was held October 22-25 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. The event featured Chauffeur Driven’s industry-leading educational program and innovative networking events. A large crowd from around the globe was also able to check out what’s new and shop on the vast trade show floor, which was packed with a wide array of industry vehicles and products/services designed for running a ground transportation company.
CD Show attendees also enjoyed the annual Mentoring Program, Affiliate Central Forum, Benchmark Breakouts, International Meet & Greet and Women in the Industry event.
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Hudson Toyota’s John Himmelman (left) and Carlo Inglese, featuring the 2018 Camry SE, a vehicle that has become popular with many drivers in the NYC Metro Area.
The New York Black Car Fund has been working with companies around the country to adopt the business model that they created. From left to right: Jason Fromberg, Communications and Social Media Specialist; Berj Haroutunian, President; Ira Goldstein, Executive Director; and Guy Palumbo Driver Education and Outreach Manager.
David Eckstein, Valera Global (left) and Zach Berman, Town Car International. The two companies recently formed a strategic partnership.
The Ford-Lincoln Limousine & Livery program’s Kim Johnston (left) and Craig Hall.
Royale Limousine Manufacturers, a provider of custom limousines, Sprinter executive vans, transit vans, mobile offices and pre-owned vehicles for almost 30 years. Pictured: Lucy Berritto, NY/NJ Sales Manager (right) and Steve Edelmann, Director of Sales.
From left to right: Vanessa Montetta; Paul Danziger, Stitch This Print That; Roberta Pike, Pike, Tuch & Cohen, LLP; and Mabelyn Goldstein.
Joe Ironi, Global Alliance Worldwide (left) and Jon Epstein, Royal Coachman Worldwide.
Chris Weiss, Chauffer Driven President/Publisher (center), flanked by Berj Haroutunian, Vital Transportation (right) and Neil Weiss, Black Car News.
Ford-Lincoln Limousine & Livery Vehicles unveiled the new 2018 Lincoln Navigator L and Ford Expedition MAX at the show.
The BMW booth: Jonathan Fishkin, Key Account Manager (left) and Brad Normant, Fleet Specialist, with one of BMW’s most popular models for the industry, the 740i.
A staple of the industry for decades, Cadillac Professional Vehicles presented their luxury offerings to the industry.