National Limousine Association Names New President

Brett Barenholtz - image courtesy of NLA
Written by Linda Hohnholz

Industry veteran and longtime board member Brett Barenholtz to lead National Limousine Association.

The National Limousine Association (NLA) announced Brett Barenholtz as President at the 2024 CD/NLA Show in Las Vegas.

The Boston-based CEO of Above All Transportation, Boston Car Service, ETS International and Maine Limousine brings with him nearly 40 years of chauffeured ground transportation experience.

Barenholtz is actively involved in lobbying efforts for the limo space both nationally and regionally in New England, where he is President of the New England Livery Association (NELA). He has also previously served as Secretary of the NLA’s Executive Committee and is current Co-Chair of the Bylaws and Legislative Committees.

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.

Since launching his own company in 1997, Barenholtz has served the needs of corporate and leisure clients with a robust fleet of luxury sedans, SUVs, executive vans, shuttle buses, mini-buses, limos and motor coaches. His leadership experience also includes previous roles as president of Boston Cab Association and CEO and founder of OverDrive Media.

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Linda Hohnholz