And Limo Operators? About 3,500 attendees are expected to show up this week at the Charlotte Convention Center for the American Bus Association's annual Marketplace event. This is the first time Charlotte, N.C. will host this event in Marketplace's 28 year history. The attendee numbers are very similar to what's expected in less than three weeks at the International LCT Show. The ABA expects attendance to be down a bit but good given that recessionary pressures have increased on operators very recently, as they have in chauffeured transportation. Operators will send less people this year but they're not going to bail out. The benefits of making the trip are there now more than ever, as is the chance to get out of the office and blow off some steam. -- J.L.
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