The National Limousine Association (NLA) announced that Brett Barenholtz is the organization’s new president, during the 2024 CD/NLA Show, held in Las Vegas in March. The Boston-based CEO of Above All Transportation, Boston Car Service, ETS International and Maine Limousine is a longtime champion of the industry. He is actively involved in lobbying for the industry nationally and regionally in New England, where he is President of the New England Livery Association (NELA). He has also served as Secretary of the NLA’s Executive Committee and is current Co-Chair of the Bylaws and Legislative Committees.

“As President of the NLA, I am committed to ensuring the chauffeured transportation industry not only survives but thrives well into the future,” said Barenholtz. “I am eager to lend my time, passion and expertise to give back to our 1,300+ members and empower them with the knowledge and support they need to continue to be successful.”

Immediate past President Robert Alexander added: “The NLA could not be more fortunate to have Brett elected as President. The industry as a whole is on a great trajectory and will benefit from his leadership and experience. I look forward to working alongside him through the transition.”

In his new role, Barenholtz will be responsible for ensuring all NLA activities serve to promote and protect the ground transportation industry. He will also oversee the development and implementation of the association’s programs and support the board and committees to carry out their initiatives.

Also elected at the March 3rd NLA Board meeting in Vegas were: Robert Alexander (1st Vice President), Tracy Raimer (2nd Vice President), Rick Versace (Treasurer), and Douglas Schwartz (Secretary).

Source: National Limousine Association

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