Scott Solombrino, the longtime President and Chief Executive Officer of Dav El/Boston Coach Chauffeured Transportation Network, is leaving his position after 43 years. Solombrino, who founded his first limousine company in 1978 while a freshman at Suffolk University, is moving on to focus on his leadership roles within the ground transportation industry and write a memoir of his life in the industry.

Solombrino says he will remain a strong force for the betterment of the ground transportation industry internationally, through his work as President of the Allied Leadership Council for the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and as a member of its Board of Directors, positions he has held for more than 20 years. He will also continue serving as Secretary and Director of the National Limousine Association (NLA), of which he was a four-time President and co-founder.

“This is a decision I am making for positive reasons and I look forward to the future,” said Solombrino. “I leave Dav El/Boston Coach with great pride. Our standards have set the bar and our reputation for impeccable services are unmatched in the ground transportation sector. I wish everyone the best as I move on to the next chapter in life.”

Solombrino founded his first company, Fifth Avenue Limousine Company of Boston, in 1978 while still a freshman at Suffolk University. He graduated in 1982 with a degree in Government and Communications. Solombrino is a former member of the Suffolk University Dean’s Advisory Board for the Sawyer School of Business.

“It’s been an incredible ride in an amazing industry. I have so many positive experiences to share and have gained a unique perspective on life through this work. I now will have time to write that story,” added Solombrino.

Source: Dav El/Boston Coach Chauffeured Transportation Network

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