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Randy TerranovaThe owner of 5 Star Limousine, Randy Terranova, is very active in the industry and has been for many years. The following is a brief list of

GOLA - Vice President 2011 Greater Orlando Limousine Association
Randy has been fighting for the small business owners in the Orlando area since 2002. The Disney contract with OIA is not only hurting the limousine businesses but also any other business or attraction that tourists might want to visit on the way to Disney property. - Original Article
1999-2000 Board of Directors
2001-2004 President
2005-2010 Board of Directors
2011 Vice-President

Newsmark Publications - Disney's Mouse Casts a Large Shadow


NLA - National Limousine Association Newsletter July / August 2009
Randy was representing one of the eigthteen assocations the attended the Washington D.C. convention and 2009 NLA Hill Day Focus on RIDE Act Amendment, Business Travel where 100 Legislative Offices were visited by 60 NLA Members, 12 NLA Lobbyists - Original Article.

NewsMark Public Relations March 2007
"We were very impressed with the firm's immediate grasp of the airport transportation issues that affect us as independent operators," GOLA President Randy Terranova said.

PR NewswireJune 2005
"With a fleet of more than 600 vehicles that are registered and permitted to operate at the Orlando International Airport, our member companies have been faithfully serving the transportation needs of travelers to and from the Orlando airport for more than a decade," said GOLA president Randy Terranova.

Labor News - www.uawdcx.com 26 Aug 2004
"With a fleet of more than 600 vehicles that are registered and permitted to operate at the Orlando International Airport, our member companies have been faithfully serving the transportation needs of travelers to and from the Orlando airport for more than a decade," said GOLA president Randy Terranova."Now, without any warning or explanation, that access has been compromised and if it continues may cause many of our members who are small business owners to close down their operations," Terranova added."If we receive no response to our request to discuss our concerns, we're planning to vote next week on the appropriate follow-up measures we will need to take.In addition to the local transportation industry, we want to coordinate any actions we take with the wide range of small businesses in the travel and hospitality industry of Central Florida that are also being impacted," Terranova said.

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