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Deadline Nears For LCT Limo Industry Awards Contest

Posted on December 13, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — The annual business awards contest for the limousine industry is getting nominees as the deadline of Friday, Dec. 20 approaches. Operators of all fleet sizes are eligible to compete in LCT Magazine’s prestigious Operator of the Year Awards.

The digital OOY ENTRY FORM and rules are live at www.lctmag.com.

Categories include: LCT Operator of the Year in fleet categories of 1-10 vehicles, 11-30 vehicles; 31-50 vehicles; and 51-plus vehicles; Global Operator of the Year; Charter Bus Operator of the Year; and Green Operator of the Year.

LCT will select finalists immediately after the New Year and will contact them privately. Finalists will be asked for further information during the winner selection process. Any requested supplemental information must be emailed in PDF form. A panel of judges will score the finalists to determine winners.

The names of all finalists will be kept confidential throughout the contest process and LCT will not provide any advanced publicity. Winners only will be announced and given a framed certificate on Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 at the Annual LCT Awards Gala at the MGM Grand’s Hakkasan night club and restaurant during the 2014 International LCT Show in Las Vegas.

OOY ENTRY FORM

  • Questions on OOY fleet and global categories: Please contact LCT editor Martin Romjue at [email protected] or (310) 533-2489.
  • Questions on OOY charter bus and green categories: Please contact LCT senior editor Tim Crowley at [email protected] or (310) 533-2461.

Related item: 2014 LCT Association Award of Excellence info here!

— LCT editors

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