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LCT Announces New Internet Micro Channels

Posted on February 25, 2009 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Magazine soon will launch three new channel pages connected to the website: Finance & Insurance, Technology, and Driving Green. Each channel will focus on news, articles, discussions, links, and profiles of specialized experts on these important segments of the industry.

These will be the first of several specialized channel pages started up by LCT Magazine.

Finance & Insurance speaks to operators and professionals providing important tools. Not staying current and finding solutions can cost an operator his or her business during this era of increased regulations, lawsuits, and operating costs.

F&I is an industry information center: news, articles, legal issues, resources and links, a discussion forum, and profiles of finance and insurance sponsors.

Internet bookings and marketing, GPS systems, and transportation software programs are of high interest to operators worldwide, as everyone experienced last month during the International LCT Show. The Technology channel offers a valuable space for operators and professionals providing the industry with the latest in cutting-edge technology tools.

“Green” issues are of high importance in the chauffeured transportation industry, even after the economic recession started and gas prices dropped rapidly. For operators, manufacturers, and corporate clients, having access to hybrids and alternative-fuel vehicles, and converting operations over to recycling and emission reducing practices, matters a lot. The Driving Green channel speaks to these important business decision makers.

The LCT channels will feature articles written by LCT writers, freelance writers, and submitted by marketers and other industry experts. We accept quality material from a variety of sources. Marketers are welcome — and encouraged — to submit as much material as they desire. The site will be updated several times a week, or as material is received. LCT’s marketing group is networking now with channel sponsors.

Contact LCT Managing Editor Jon LeSage at for more information on LCT channel content and marketing opportunities.

Source: Jon LeSage, LCT Magazine

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