WIPEDOWN: LCT Magazine's JIM LUFF is featured in his local newspaper for taking advantage of a seminar that explains how to minimize H1N1 risks to clients. Operators should make sure all surfaces are clean and sanitary. As a way of reassuring chauffeured clients, operators may want to consider wrapping certain handles or equipment, such as beverage glasses and/or holders, with "sanitary seal of approval" ribbons or paper strips to communicate to customers that equipment, amenities, and handles have been sanitized for their safety. (I'm only half-serious on that one). -- M.R.
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ISSUE PREVIEW: What does he think? What did she really say? Are you channeling your customers? In the October 2012 issue of LCT Magazine, you’ll get a complete primer on how to read and please your
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On my trip to Chicago last week for the 2012 BusCon Expo, I had the pleasure of experiencing a new ride — the 2013 MKT Town Car.