Ben’s Chili Bowl not only serves delicious, authentic American food, but is also a national treasure and historical legend in its own right. View USA Today’s feature on this renowned DC restaurant and stop by to sample some of their mouthwatering fare at Ben’s Chili Bowl in Reagan National Airport (located at the B/C Terminal Concourse Level, pre-security). If you visit their original location on U Street in DC, be sure to look for Clarence’s picture on the wall.
Sharing insight with Chellie Cameron, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, and Hezekiah Harris, President of CMTS, Clarence LeJeune participated on the "What's Diversity Got to Do With It?" panel at the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) National Conference on July 31, 2018. The panel explored how airports are economic engines for commerce, regional businesses, and employment and how diversity--from passengers transported to opportunities available--is integral to their success. LeJeune and Associates supports COMTO and its mission to ensure opportunities and maximum participation in the transportation industry for minority individuals, businesses, and communities of color,
Clarence LeJeune, President of LeJeune and Associates represented the firm at the Airport Minority Advisory Council's (AMAC) March 20-21, 2018 Leadership Summit in Washington, DC. A long-time supporter of AMAC, LeJeune and Associates attends this annual event to network with peers, industry leaders, and government representatives; advocate for more opportunities in aviation; and serve as an information resource for elected officials.
Mel Hannah, Vice President of LeJeune and Associates, led MarketPlace PHL's team to victory in the 10th Annual Ronald McDonald House Plane Pull fundraiser held on May 5, 2018. Under his leadership, Mel's team accelerated against worthy challengers, pulling the plane in the fastest time. This was not only a friendly competitive victory, but a triumph for the Ronald McDonald House, which supports families of seriously ill children while they are undergoing treatment. LeJeune and Associates' efforts helped raise nearly $170,000 for the organization at this event.