STEP UP, LADIES: One of my favorite events at the International LCT Show in Las Vegas is the women’s event.
If you went this past year, you met me as I made a point of meeting everyone in the room and exchanging business cards. I talked with some dynamic women who I have featured in either LCT Magazine or its digital media venues as a result of that meeting.
Unfortunately, there is not a formal women’s meeting at the LCT Eastern Conference
. But that doesn’t mean that we ladies can’t get together informally to network. If you are interested in doing this, please email me at Linda.Jagiela@bobit.com
and let me know how to contact you when we get to the Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino in Connecticut. We can meet in a lounge or restaurant and catch up with old friends.
Gentlemen, you are welcome to join us too as I personally don’t want to exclude anyone. No complaining though if the topics wander to off-limits subjects such as working with your spouse or male chauvinism.
— Linda Jagiela, LCT East Coast Editor
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