Arizona Limousine Association

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2019 ALA Sponsors

State Sponsors

Creative Bus Sales Phoenix
Mi Camp
Limo & Bus Compliance
Mahoney Group
Limo Repair Phoenix
Certified Benz & Beemer Scottsdale
TruView Insurance Group, Inc.
Ted Schultz Insurance Agency
Limo Repair
AGI Commercial Insurance

National Sponsors

Chosen Paymnets
Masters Transportation
asterRIDE - Love How You Go.
First Class Customs
Create a Card
Driving Results
Wells Fargo Equipment Finance
SoCal Penske
Motor Coach Industries
The LMC Group
LCT Magazine
Ford Motor Company Fleet Commercial Vehicle Sales
Limo Anywhere
Drive Profit
Chauffeur Driven
Lancer Insurance


Welcome to ALA

The Arizona Limousine Association is a statewide organization which consists of licensed operators committed to promoting the highest standards in service and style. ALA member companies voluntarily pledge to meet or exceed industry standards for safety, security, and ethical conduit. All members must be properly licensed and insured. The ALA provides its membership regularly scheduled meeting for the purpose of networking and continuing education on topics of relevance within the chauffeured transportation industry such as compliance, safety, and ethics. The organization aligns closely with the National Limousine Association to ensure uniformity and best practices within the industry as a whole.

(602) 350-5714

Join Us

The ALA welcomes operators and vendors to join our association. All applications will be reviewed prior to approval.


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Something big is coming to Phoenix. Something…SUPER!

Today, the Arizona Cardinals and Michael Bidwill were in Atlanta bidding for the chance to host a future Super Bowl. And, just hours ago, we were told, “Yes, we’re coming back to Arizona in 2023.”

This is incredible news for our destination.

Super Bowl XLIX in 2015 generated $719 million in total economic impact for Greater Phoenix. More than one million people visited downtown Phoenix during the week of the game. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and the light rail both experienced record days. Now, we look to 2023 to see what kind of monumental economic impact is in store for our community.

Bidding for a mega event such as the Super Bowl is no easy task. Hotels and resorts are asked to put three sets of event dates on hold for room blocks. Some of them even have committed to hosting the teams. At the end of the day, 143 hotels offered rooms for the Super Bowl, bringing our total room block contribution to 22,225 – the highest room block ever achieved in support of a mega event.

In addition to the hotel support, we also have 150 participating venues who have offered their space for additional events and NFL gatherings. Again, having to block out valuable high-season dates for the opportunity to host the Super Bowl.

My heart-felt thanks goes to all of the hotels and resorts who joined the room block, the venues who committed to hosted events, our partner CVBs and DMOs – Experience Scottsdale, Tempe Tourism, Visit Mesa, Visit Glendale, Visit Chandler, Arizona Office of Tourism, the City of Phoenix and surrounding city staffs, and the Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association.

I am tremendously proud of the Visit Phoenix team, our members and the hospitality community who have been a part of this effort to bring back the NFL’s Super Bowl. Thank you for bringing us this far, and my thanks in advance for the hard work to come as we welcome in the NFL community and visitors from around the world for Arizona’s 2023 Super Bowl.