Cato Institute Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year: Limo Crash Owner Shahed Hussain
October 12, 2018, 12:02 PM
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The Cato Award goes to …

Shahed Hussain! For his efforts above and beyond the call of duty to boost the average number of businesses per immigrant. From the Poughkeepsie Journal:

Hussain, 62, is the registered owner of four livery companies that share the same Wilton address — Prestige Limousine, Chauffeur Service Saratoga, Luxury Limousine and Hasy Limousine. …

One immigrant, four companies! That’s the American Dream.

Hussain’s companies have three vehicles and employ two drivers, according to online records maintained by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. …

The three vehicles that he owns have been inspected five times in the last two years, and on four of those occasions the vehicle was ordered out of service as unsafe until repairs could be made, the database showed.

The Cato Institute also wishes to congratulate Mr. Hussain for not letting pesky government safety regulations slow him down from serving the public.

Another of Mr. Hussain’s entrepreneurial ventures, the Crest Inn, has received some spirited reviews.

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