SEPTEMBER 2010 LCT:
The latest issue has arrived or is about to drop in. September is always the BIG BUS month for LCT, since the issue features our annual bus and van product gallery. This year, our parent company hosts the BUSCON CONFERENCE & EXPO in Chicago as LCT is brings back its elite-level LEADERSHIP SUMMIT in Chicago Sept. 28-30, just down the street from BusCon.
FEATURE ARTICLES in this issue highlight the theme of this season, with a feature on DETAILS OF BUSCON and the LEADERSHIP SUMMIT. It's not too late to register for either, and if you call either me (310) 533-2489 or show director Kristen Messeneo (310) 533-2576, you can still get a registration discount. We also have published a SUMMIT WHO'S WHO of attendees.
Other articles this month include ways BUS OPERATORS CAN LEARN FROM LIMO OPERATORS, and a simple guide to HANDLING VEHICLE ACCIDENTS. The Publisher's Page covers the SWING TOWARD START-UPS and the need for operators to cooperate with competitors to succeed.
We're wrapping up the October TECHNOLOGY issue over the next few days, which should be circulating by early October. This issue in particular will spell out in simple detail how the latest technologies and innovations can save your business time, money, and overhead.
We look forward to seeing so many of you as possible at the Summit -- attendance caps out at 200, so if you haven't REGISTERED, please hurry to get in on the industry's most enjoyable and intense educational and networking event.
--- Martin Romjue, LCT editor
Don't let your guests down. Here are some things to think about before the event starts.
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