ILCT UPDATE: Two hours ago, the winners of this year's LCT awards were announced.
In the 1-10 vehicle category: Leader Chauffeur Services, Kansas City, Mo., Bruce Heinrich
11-30 vehicles: Corporate Transportation Solutions, Sacramento, Calif., Chris Quinn
31-50 vehicles: Premier Transportation, Dallas, Eric Devlin
51+ vehicles: International Limousine Service, Washington, D.C., Richard Kane
Association of the year: Greater California Livery Association
For the marketing awards, Leros Point to Point won three while finishing in the top three finalists for the 51+ vehicle category.
Day two of the LCT Show went through smoothly. The atmosphere has been very positive, which has been great to see given the economic downturn pressures. Exhibitors were more than pleased that operators came to their booths to do business. While there were less this year than last year, those in attendance are here to understand their equipment purchasing options, and to network with each other. Most operators and exhibitors sent less people this year to save money and keep work flowing back at the home office. Operators have found the same to be true for customers, especially corporate accounts who might only need three cars instead of six for a staff meeting. -- J.L.
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