2009 INTERNATIONAL LCT SHOW: We're off to the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas for the 25th annual LCT trade show and conference, the largest and most valuable chauffeured transportation business event in the world. We are expecting you there. Four out of every 10 attendees register onsite, so there are plenty of mintues left to make the correct last-minute decision: SHOW UP AT THE SHOW.
The airline tickets are cheap, the Vegas hotels have cut room rates, and everyone is looking for a good deal and a good time. Don't follow the crowd: Act like it's 1999, not 2009. And who knows -- the ideas and insights offered at the show may keep your business running until. . . 2019?
We'll also be unveiling a new LCT, with hundreds of copies of our historic, keepsake February 2009 issue being distributed on the show floor. Show up and learn about the exciting plans and future ahead for the LCT franchise, and why you need to be a part of it.
Finally, we'll post a blog item or two from the show, but then mabye we won't. After all, if the whole industry is there networking and connecting, who needs to be reading a blog? But we'll have plenty of posts and breaking news upon our return on Thursday, Jan. 29. Keep those limos, sedans, SUVs, and buses on the move. -- M.R.
Don't let your guests down. Here are some things to think about before the event starts.
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