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LCT Show to Feature Ford Giveaway

Posted on October 3, 2003 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LAS VEGAS – Ford Motor Co. will be holding a drawing at the 2004 LCT Show to give away one year’s use of a 2004 Lincoln Executive Livery Sedan “L” series.

All operators who have registered for full show package – which includes three days of seminars, keynote presentations, social functions and a large exhibit area – are expected to eligible for the drawing.

Ford is one of several major sponsors of the LCT Show, set for Feb. 22 to 24 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

Ford also expects to have its new QVM Navigator on display at the show, according to Mike Bedard, Ford’s limousine & livery manager.

The program to develop the 140” Qualified Vehicle Manufacturer Navigator is back on track after several months of delays imposed by Ford, Bedard noted.

He said that several coachbuilders were now working on the vehicles under QVM guidelines and the new SUV limousines are expected to be tested and ready for operators at the LCT Show.

The upcoming show, held in conjunction with the National Limousine Association, is the industry’s largest annual event.

Contact the LCT Show office at (310) 533-2556 or www.lctshow.com.

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