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The Houston Limousine Association (LAH) was founded in 1987 by a group of Houston Limousine operators to get organized for the sole purpose of allowing businesses in the limousine industry to connect to and benefit from one another, and to advocate for members and affiliates to ensure there is support in local, State, and National government for legislation advancing the liveryindustry, model language for licensure and regulatory bodies that request the association’s opinions, and even guidelines and policy documents to help with ethical considerations and the scope of practice for the discipline.
The Houston area Livery & Charter Association is governed under the HALCA Bylaws and ascribes to the HALCA Code of Ethics in order to promote confidence and growth in the ground transportation industry across the state of Texas.
The purpose of the HALCA shall be to provide a regional forum for the exchange of information and views by members of the HALCA; to provide a mechanism for the collection of information and inform members concerning matters of mutual interest and concern; to advance the interest of the industry and its members before the Congress of the United States and other Local and Federal regulatory authorities; and to perform such duties as will benefit the HALCA and its members.
In 2012, under Erich Reindl term as president, and to reflect the industry’s broader purpose, the association re-organized to become The Houston area Livery & Charter Association (HALCA), to include all Livery, and Charter’s businesses. After this major reorganization, HALCA became the largest industry trade group in Texas, and maybe between the two coasts. Houston is the fourth largest city in the U.S. with a booming economy and jobs sector.
The Houston area Livery & Charter Association (HALCA), participates in public relations activities such as advertising, education, political donations, lobbying and publishing, but its focus is collaboration between companies. The association may also offer other services, such as producing conferences, networking or charitable events or offering classes or educational materials. HALCA is a non-profit organizations governed by bylaws and directed by officers, and directors who are also members.