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Sold-Out Leadership Summit To Commence Next Week

Posted on October 17, 2012

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The 2012 LCT Leadership Summit, the premier event for the limousine industry’s elite executives to refresh and network, is just five days away. The event is sold out and will host operators and vendors from around the world. Attendance is limited to 150 operators and vendors.

The LCT Leadership Summit offers an intimate atmosphere revolving around intensive workshops and activities designed to bring together to brightest minds of the industry. This year’s Summit is stacked with networking opportunities and educational sessions, making it the most ambitious yet. It also marks the first time the event will be in Puerto Rico. It will take place Oct. 22-24 at the El Conquistador Resort in San Juan.

Activities include teambuilding exercises on a private island, golf, Latin Jazz night, a bioluminescent tour, yoga, and presentations from top business coaches and leaders.

Sponsors include Ford Motor Company, Don Brown Bus Sales, Mercedes-Benz USA, Lancer Insurance Company, Limos.com, Acton Fleet Sales, BMW Group, DaBryan Coach Builders, Boston Car Service, Livery Coach, PowWow Smart, Edigin, Turtle Top, Toyota Fleet, and First Class Destination Solutions, who is the official transportation provider for the event.

For more information about the 11th annual LCT Leadership Summit, please visit the website here: www.lctsummit.com.

LOOK FOR FACEBOOK POSTS NEXT WEEK LIVE FROM THE SUMMIT

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—Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

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