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Get To LCT’s Puerto Rico Summit In Chauffeured Rides With Rum

Posted on June 27, 2012

First Class Destination Solutions of San Juan, Puerto Rico is offering LCT Leadership Summit attendees discounted round-trip rates on its fleet of high-end and exotic luxury vehicles. First Class is the official ground transportation provider for the executive leadership and networking retreat.
First Class Destination Solutions of San Juan, Puerto Rico is offering LCT Leadership Summit attendees discounted round-trip rates on its fleet of high-end and exotic luxury vehicles. First Class is the official ground transportation provider for the executive leadership and networking retreat.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The limousine company serving as official ground transportation provider for the 2012 LCT Leadership Summit released its discounted rates this week for attendees.

First Class Destination Solutions of San Juan will honor a 60% discount for all travelers attending the Oct. 22-24 Summit at the El Conquistador Waldorf-Astoria Resort. Transfers will include a quick stop on the way to visit First Class for complimentary mojitos, pina coladas, and of course, Puerto Rican rum.

Round-trip rates for fleet vehicle options are listed below for the 62-mile round-trip between the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan and the El Conquistador Resort in San Juan-Farjado:

  • Sedans and SUVs: $180
  • Mercedes-Benz S-400: $300
  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinters (8-13 pax) $350
  • Audi A8-L: $350
  • Porsche Panamera: $350
  • Bentley Mulsanne: $500
  • Rolls Royce Phantom: $600

One-way transfers will be discounted 50%.

LCT Feature: First Class Destination Solutions

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Sources: First Class Destination Solutions and LCT Magazine

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