L & M Tours celebrates 15 years in business with a party for staff and customers

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Happy anniversary: L & M staff and customers celebrate the company’s 15th anniversary with a party in Sunset Park.
Happy New Year: Magician Li Ying wows the crowd at L & M Tours with a mesmerizing repertoire of illusion.
Thanks for your support: L & M Tours owner Qua Liang plays happy host at his company’s anniversary party in Sunset Park.
Dig in: Travel agent Sue Huie helps to spread some sweet cheer.
Round of applause: Magician Li Ying runs rings around the competition with a crowd-pleasing trick.

A small business is like a guppy in the shark-invested waters of a tough economy, but L & M Tours is a neighborhood success story that has stayed afloat and prospered for 15 years.

The Bay Ridge bus-tour operator and full-service travel agency celebrated its milestone anniversary on Jan. 11 with a dinner for workers and customers at J. King Seafood Palace in Sunset Park. The fete featured prizes, an open mic for aspiring talent, and a magician, a singer, and a DJ providing additional entertainment.

“It was a good turn out!” said travel agent Sue Huie.

The revel was a way of thanking staff and patrons for their dedication while inviting new customers aboard, said owner Qua Liang, whose company is a go-to spot for booking a cruise, a flight overseas, a charter bus for a special event, or a day or overnight trip to a popular destination across the country, with citywide pick-ups available on request.

“We’re in business this long because of our good customer service, and because we come up with new tours and convenient deals,” Liang said.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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