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LCT Leadership Summit Heats Up With Registrations, Guest List

Posted on September 12, 2012

One part of the El Conquistador resort includes seaside rooms.
One part of the El Conquistador resort includes seaside rooms.

TORRANCE, Calif. — The 2012 LCT Leadership Summit is offering one more week of discounted registration rates for the Oct. 22-24 event in San Juan-Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

The early bird registration deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 19, with $400 off the conference fee. As of today, a clear majority of the 150 limited spaces have been sold out.

The Summit event draws a Who’s Who of top industry executives and company owners looking to spend quality time with potential affiliates and vendors. It will be held Oct. 22-24 at the El Conquistador Resort, a world-class Waldorf-Astoria luxury resort east of San Juan.

This year’s LCT Summit will feature:

  • All new leadership training focused on excellence through mind and body
  • Reinvigorated and upgraded networking
  • New bonus features including golf, a bioluminescent bay tour and an upgraded spouse program

Information: LCTSUMMIT.COM Website

FYI: You do NOT need a passport when traveling to Puerto Rico if you are a U.S. citizen. Second, round-trip flights are very affordable. Right now Los Angeles to San Juan is just $279 and New York to San Juan is only $218 — about the same as traveling to Miami.

Source: LCT

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