SEMI BLOG-BREAK: We'll be posting sporadically on LCT Blog until Oct. 12 because of the upcoming LCT Eastern Conference, where the industry will gather Oct. 6-9. Watch for a few more posts on Monday and some updates from the conference. We'll resume a normal schedule again the week of Oct. 12.
AT THE CONFERENCE: If you are coming to LCT East, and I can't imagine why not, be sure to stop by the LCT Magazine booth to meet/greet one or more editors. Ideas offered face-to-face tend to get more traction. We'll also be all over the place.
REMINDER: Deadlines for the 2010 LCT Operator Of The Year Awards, LCT Marketing Awards, and LCT Association Award of Excellence have been extended until Thursday, Oct. 15. That should allow plenty of time to get last-minute packets to us post-conference. DOWNLOADABLE FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS HERE. Thanks to all who have submitted entries so far; they're looking good and I can tell we've got some tough decisions ahead. We'll be mum on finalists this year right up until the International LCT Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 25-27, 2010, where all the winners will be annouced at a dinner gala the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010. -- Martin Romjue, LCT editor
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