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LCT Launches Four Editor Blogs

Posted on August 6, 2014 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Magazine has taken its two blogs and split them into four, one for each editor.

East View: Started in late 2013, this blog features posts from LCT East Coast editor Tom Halligan, based in New Jersey, who works and travels throughout the busiest corridor for chauffeured transportation. East View shares B2B anecdotes and insights from his many interviews, company visits and association attendance from Florida to New England. Plus whatever else is on Tom’s mind. [email protected].

The former LCT Blog, a shared blog among editors started in early 2008, has now been replaced by three blogs:

Shop Talk: LCT contributing editor Jim Luff draws upon more than two decades of experience to talk about every aspect of running a limousine company. There’s nothing Jim hasn’t done or seen as an operator, chauffeur, and community booster. Shop Talk will give you the straight n’ stretched word on operations, from behind the wheel all the way to the back of the J-seat and beyond. Plus whatever else is on Jim’s mind. [email protected].

Wave Makers: LCT senior editor Tim Crowley, the magazine’s resident Millennial, balls it up big on this blog about technology, innovation, limo lifestyles, TNC adventures, entertainment, social media and LCT’s Fast 40 group of young entrepreneurs. Plus whatever else is on Tim’s mind. [email protected].

Editor’s Edge: LCT editor Martin Romjue knows and sees a lot in the industry, from on-the-record to off-the-record. You can tell Martin anything, or just whisper it. His blog takes on the wider scope of business trends, regulations, politics, economics, controversies and simple nonsense that all intersect with the chauffeured transportation industry. Plus whatever else is on Martin’s mind. [email protected].

Each blog represents the views and perspectives of the respective editors, and of course, reader comments and are always welcome 24/7.

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