History of the NLA1985
The National Limousine Association was incorporated on March 15th.

1987
NLA hired Wayne Smith & Company as its first management company.

1989
NLA and LCT Magazine agreed to co-manage industry trade show.

1991
First formal written agreement between NLA and LCT to co-manage trade show and share profits.

1997
NLA Board voted unanimously to change the "NLA Charity Fund" to the "Harold Berkman Memorial Fund".

1998
Wayne Smith and Company was sold to Host Communications who assumed
management role of the NLA.

2001
Bobit Business Media was hired as the management company of the NLA. At this time,
the NLA had 500 members and $70,000 in assets.

2010
The NLA celebrated its 25th anniversary.

2011
The NLA reached over 2,000 members and $1,000,000 in assets.

2014
At its November meeting in Atlantic City, the NLA Board unanimously approved the hiring of
EVINS
Communications, the NLA's public relations firm.

2015
The NLA celebrates its 30th anniversary.
 
In March, Ride Responsibly, the NLA's initiative to enlighten and inform the public about
the safety of ride
hailing apps, was officially launched.

NLA History Video

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