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LCT Leadership Summit Glides Toward Miami Beach

Posted on March 6, 2013

The 2013 LCT Leadership Summit returns to South Beach June 9-11, with the conference being held at the Ritz-Carlton close to Miami Beach's famed Art Deco district.
The 2013 LCT Leadership Summit returns to South Beach June 9-11, with the conference being held at the Ritz-Carlton close to Miami Beach's famed Art Deco district.

TORRANCE, Calif. — Big ideas and big names will converge on a big beach June 9-11 at the Ritz Carlton South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla. for a groundbreaking and insightful limousine industry conference.

The triple-mix of education, networking and recreational/social activities brings together about 100-150 operators and vendors interested in understanding and setting the latest trends in all aspects of running a chauffeured transportation business — and getting more clients.

The oceanfront Ritz-Carlton is ideally situated within walking distance of the world-famous Art Deco district in South Beach and Lincoln Road retail district, both full of restaurants, stores and night clubs.

A preliminary schedule for the 2013 LCT Leadership Summit is now posted at www.LCTSUMMIT.com. Registration details will be available within a few weeks.

Among the highlights:

  • A prestigious Disney Leadership Institute Super Session on customer service.
  • Organized golf outing.
  • Deep sea fishing
  • Beach activities

Exhibiting, sponsorship and advertising opportunities: (253) 983-0515; [email protected] or [email protected]

— Martin Romjue, LCT editor

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