BostonCoach COO Mark Munoz Elected to National Limousine Association Board of Directors

Munoz to Share Extensive Experience in Advancing Chauffeured Transportation Industry

Boston, Mass. (March 17, 2008) – BostonCoach, a leading ground transportation and transportation management company, today announced that Mark Munoz, the company’s chief operating officer, was elected to an at-large seat on the National Limousine Association (NLA) board of directors for the 2008-2011 term. Munoz brings to this new role more than 25 years of management, operations and client-service experience.

“Our industry faces many challenges and opportunities, and I’m looking forward to playing a more direct role as an NLA board member,” says Munoz. “Together with the rest of the board, I’ll work hard to ensure that the NLA is addressing all the pressing needs and concerns of its members.”

The National Limousine Association was established in 1985, the same year in which BostonCoach was founded, to represent the worldwide, national, state and local interests of the luxury chauffeured ground transportation industry. Members include limousine owners and operators, suppliers, manufacturers, and regional and state limousine associations.

“The NLA is committed to improving the chauffeured transportation industry and serving the interests of our members,” says NLA president Jeff Greene. “Mark brings invaluable perspective and ideas to the organization, and we welcome his leadership.”

As chief operating officer at BostonCoach, Munoz is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company, which span 32 countries on four continents.

About BostonCoach

BostonCoach operates sedans, limousines, vans, SUVs, business-class vans and motor coaches for transfers, group transportation and road show services. With superior technology and customer service, BostonCoach assists corporate clients with the comprehensive management of corporate transportation programs and event services across six continents, nearly 40 countries and thousands of cities in more than 300 markets.