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Countdown To LCT Leadership Summit Sell Out

Posted on May 1, 2015 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- Two weeks before attendees of the LCT Leadership Summit head to Miami Beach, LCT has fewer than 10 operator-attendee passes left.

The three-day luxury event, being held May 17-19 at the Eden Roc Hotel, caps overall attendance at 150 people, including sponsors, spouses/significant others, and LCT staff. Regular attendance is open only to limousine operators.

The operator passes are available at $1,599 per operator-attendee. Passes also are available for  spouses/ significant others at $999 each. Sponsorships start at $7,500.

All educational, networking, dining, entertainment and recreational events during this year's Summit will be held at the Eden Roc Hotel and the Fontainebleau Hotel, which is within walking distance next door.

Discounted room rates at the Eden Roc are still available, but registering attendees need to call LCT sales coordinator Carol Jack at (253) 983-0515 to reserve a room.

This year's educational schedule emphasizes the foremost trends and challenges confronting the industry, including transportation network companes (TNCs) and their labor law vulnerabilities; plans for an industry technology alternative that can compete against TNCs; how driverless vehicles will redefine chauffeured transportation; and the major paradigm shifts in client preferences and operations management spurred by the Millennial generation.

LCT staff hosting the event include: LCT Publisher Sara Eastwood; LCT editor Martin Romjue; LCT East Coast editor Tom Halligan; LCT senior editor Tim Crowley; LCT sales coordinator Carol Jack; and LCT administrative assistant Lori Briggs.

FYI/Background Information: All 2015 LCT Leadership Summit news articles here

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