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LCT East: Strategies To Run A Successful Motorcoach Business

Posted on August 14, 2015 by Tom Halligan - Also by this author - About the author

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— Due to the increasing interest in operators adding or expanding motorcoaches to their business, two veteran and successful motorcoach operators will team up to present a session “Strategies to Operate a Successful Motorcoach Busines" on Monday, Nov. 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m, during the annual LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City.

Learn the latest regulatory and policy rules and regulations that operators must know to operate their charter bus fleets. This up-to-date information session will examine what specific requirements cause the most trouble for operators venturing into this niche, and provides updates for long-time operators as well.

Expert panelists Stephen Story, President of James River Transportation in Richmond, Va., and Tom Holden, general manager and Rose Chauffeured Transportation in Charlotte, N.C., will also share best practices and lessons learned to establish a company-wide motorcoach “safety culture” that directly effects your bottom line.

Moderated by Tom Halligan, LCT Magazine East Coast Editor, this session will provde attendees with information and strategies that can be immediatedly implemented to improve motorcoach operations and safety.

Registration is open and the full schedule is in place — in fact, attendees can save 25%  registering by Oct. 16.

This year’s conference includes ample networking opportunities and new “Employee Training” track session that will provide operators and staff with valuable strategies, best practices and tips to run a more efficient and profitable company.

In addition, numerous workshops will hone in on real-world financial solutiions, such as “Driving Retail Business and Maximizing Profits” and "Cost-Cutting Ideas to Increase Your Bottom Line.”

Register now and be a part of the 30-year tradition in Atlantic City at the first-class Harrah Resort and its new adjacent convention/conference center.

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