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STARSTRUCK: 2009 International LCT Show Just Days Away

Posted on January 21, 2009 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LAS VEGAS — Don’t even think about calling LCT Magazine Jan. 25-28. We’re going to be where you hopefully will be — @ the International LCT Show at the Venetian Casino & Resort.

If you haven’t already, you can read all about it for more information. Registrations are set to pass the 2,000 mark.

This year’s show is mandatory for industry survival. The survivors and the innovators all will be there, and likely will be again next year despite the recession of 2009 — because they will have learned valuable insights and made helpful connections at the show.

LCT’s schedule of trade show floor action, timely seminars, and powerhouse networking events will keep you on top of trends and at the cutting edge of chauffeured transportation.

Also, the industry will confront the big question about the economy: What’s happening and why, and what does it mean for your operations?

Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network CEO Scott Solombrino will address those questions during his State of the Industry Speech. Will the message be optimistic? Pessimistic? Contacted by LCT a few days ago, Solombrino was hard at work on the speech honing just the right message for these troubled times.

Answers, insights, and solutions — it will all be there at the 2009 ILCT Show.

Source: Martin Romjue, LCT Magazine

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