LAS VEGAS — It’s not too late to get a discount on the biggest networking and educational event in the industry — the International LCT Show 2008, held Mar. 17-19, 2008 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Feb. 15, 2008 is the last day to get the most for your money by receiving an early bird discount on your all access pass to the business-building event you’ve been waiting for all year long.
Twenty five years in the making, the International LCT Show has become a one-stop-shop for business enhancing education, unsurpassed networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall that will take your breath away.
Spend the day attending seminars that are tailored specifically for the size and experience of your company and are unmatched by any other event. Classes such as “How to Build Your Business through Affiliate Relationships” and “How to Make Money in the Party Car Market” appeal to all operators large and small, and everyone in between.
Need a disaster plan? The LCT Show can help you with that, too. “Emergency Plans: What to do When the Lights Go Out” will teach you how to construct a fool-proof contingency plan that ensures your business will stay afloat, even if disaster strikes.
Still unclear about the complicated legalities of human resources and personnel matters? If so, “How to Comply with HR Issues and Regulations” will answer your questions. Attorney Manesh Rath counsels businesses facing discrimination charges, wage and hour claims, wrongful termination lawsuits, OSHA citations, and most other areas of human resources, legal, and regulatory issues.
After a long day of seminars and networking, nothing sounds better than a relaxing evening at some of Las Vegas’ hottest nightspots, like rumjungle, a three-tiered nightclub that features the world’s largest rum bar and best dance floor. A full show pass will get you there!
Don’t miss three days of education, networking, and excitement you won’t forget. And don’t miss your chance to save big on registration!
Visit www.lctshow.com to complete your registration or call (800) 576-8788 for more information.