MAY 2010 LCT MAGAZINE:
LCT's most popular issue of the year should be in your hands or about to land in mailboxes; a preview of content is now posted at LCTMAG.COM home page and under ARTICLES.
In this issue, LCT provides an OVERVIEW OF THE INDUSTRY, a look at the latest trends in SOCIAL NETWORKING AND MEDIA, a sampler of CHARTER & TOUR survey results, a profile of ULTIMATE CUSTOM COACH, and as usual, a business message from the LCT PUBLISHER. Complete findings and lists of course are in the print issue; extra copies are available for $40 each by calling (310) 533-2432 9 a.m. to 5 p.m PDT/ Noon to 8 p.m. EDT on weekdays. Ask for Melba.
Also posted, a NEW LCT WEB POLL question at the center of the home page and a MONTHLY MARKETING TIP courtesy of Create-A-Card Inc.
This year, LCT cleaned up and updated much of its database given the sheer volume of company and vendor changes throughout the industry this year. Our directories will soon be posted and continuously corrected/updated at LCTMAG.COM.
If you have any ideas for future survey questions or particular findings/stats you would like to see in the 2011 FACT BOOK, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Martin Romjue, LCT editor
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