What Is The National Limousine Association & Why It Matters To You?
Founded in 1985, the National Limousine Association (NLA) is a voluntary, non-for-profit organization dedicated to helping limousine companies provide the best possible service for consumers. By pooling the knowledge, resources, and technology from almost 2500 members worldwide, the NLA is able to provide increased expertise to private car service companies, professional chauffeurs, suppliers, and manufacturers through educational seminars, informative publications, and trade websites. Working together, NLA members continue to redefine professionalism and improve the private car service industry every day.
In addition to setting high standards for limousine and private car service companies, the NLA is also committed to giving back to the community. In 1996, the National Limousine Association created the “NLA Charitable Fund” which supports charities like the Air Charity Network (formerly Angel Flight), the Alliance for Lupus Research, and the Fisher House Foundation. Renamed the “Harold Berkman Memorial Fund” after owner of the California-based limousine company Music Express and former NLA president and director Harold Berkman passed away in 1997, the fund has donated almost $500,000 to national charities to date.
Working together, NLA members continue to redefine professionalism and improve the industry every day.