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LCT Eases Exhibit Rules, Enhances Perks For 2013 Limo Trade Show

Posted on August 8, 2012

Exhibitors at the 2013 International LCT Show can start reserving space under a new program on Aug. 16. The 2013 Show is expected to draw heavy attendance as chauffeured transportation operators increasingly make major fleet and equipment buying decisions.
Exhibitors at the 2013 International LCT Show can start reserving space under a new program on Aug. 16. The 2013 Show is expected to draw heavy attendance as chauffeured transportation operators increasingly make major fleet and equipment buying decisions.

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT is rolling out its official new exhibitor sales program for the 2013 International LCT Show being held at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas Feb. 5-7, 2013.

LCT has retired the seniority points program and premium/standard space designations and replaced them with new programs listed below.

2013 will shape up to be a major buying year for vehicles, as operators weigh major fleet purchases amid a changing and competitive market that offers more model choices than ever before at affordable prices. The International LCT Show brings the highest number and variety of vehicle exhibits and industry-related vendors in one place worldwide.

Such a fluid buying atmosphere is expected to draw record attendance as chauffeured fleet owners, executives and managers traverse the Show floor working on good vehicle deals. For all vendors, the high foot traffic is an excellent way to get products and services noticed among the highest annual concentration of purchase decision makers in the entire industry.

A new set of exhibitor programs for the 2013 International LCT Show should make it easier for vendors to get the right space on the Show floor as 2013 will shape up to be a big year for industry business activity.
A new set of exhibitor programs for the 2013 International LCT Show should make it easier for vendors to get the right space on the Show floor as 2013 will shape up to be a big year for industry business activity.

Among the programs that can help vendors:

Exhibit Sales Launch
To give you all the same opportunity to be the first to return your space contract, we’re trying something new this year. Instead of announcing the opening of exhibit sales via email, we will simply be activating the space application at the online link below on Thursday, Aug. 16 at 9 a.m. PT.

http://www.lctshow.com/Page/Purchase-Exhibit-Space.aspx

You are welcome to visit the page now and review the information included in this kit in order to plan your exhibit. You just won’t be able to sign up for space until Thursday, Aug. 16 at 9 a.m. PT.

Space Discounts
New! NLA supplier members will receive 10% off all 10’ x 10’ spaces and 5% off all other space types. So if you’re not a member, hurry up and join by calling (800) 652-7007 or visiting http://www.limo.org/membership/join.aspx.  

As a regular* advertiser in good standing** in LCT Magazine, you will still be able to enjoy taking advantage of the advertiser discount.

New Date Pattern Means Savings for You
The 2013 International LCT Show has an all new Tuesday-Thursday date pattern. This means there is NO OVERTIME for exhibitor move-in on Monday. (Unlike past Shows that moved in on Sunday.)

As always, exhibit space is sold on a first-come, first serve basis. Please return your space contract with the appropriate deposit as soon as possible for the best space selection.

Information: Sara Eastwood-McLean, Publisher/Show Chair/NLA Corporate Liaison, (253) 983-0515, [email protected]

FYI:
*Regular constitutes having advertised in a minimum of six issues of LCT Magazine in 2012.
**Good standing means that all advertising invoices are up to date. Companies with a past due balance will not be able to exhibit.

Sources: LCT Events; Martin Romjue, LCT editor

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