Getting Real @ ILCT

Posted on January 13, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LAS VEGAS — Exhibitors and operators are lining up for the world’s major chauffeured transportation and charter and tour business event of the year.

The diversity of vehicles widens each year at the International LCT Show in Las Vegas, Nev., as coachbuilders offer more mini-buses and motorcoaches.

So far, the line-up of vehicle manufactures and modifiers filling the exhibit hall at the Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino include: Cadillac Professional Vehicles, Chalmers Automotive, DaBryan Coach Builders, Executive Coach Builders, Ford Motor Company, Imperial Coach Builders Inc., Krystal Enterprises, Limos By Moonlight, Mercedes-Benz USA, Royale Limousine Manufacturers, The Vehicle Production Group, Tiffany Coachworks, Turtle Top, and Ultimate Custom Coach.

All types of vehicles will be on display as well.

A snapshot of makes and models ideal for fleets include: Dodge Sprinter 2500, Lincoln Towncar, Ford E250, Lincoln Navigator, Mercedes-Benz R350 BlueTEC, Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid, Ford Fusion Hybrid, Ford F650, Ford E450, Ford: F550, and the Chevrolet C5500.

Check out the ILCT SHOW Exhibitor List.

Are you a Survivor?

Don’t miss the Exhibitor Sponsored Bash: “Survivor: Outplay, Outlaugh, Outdance.” This party, to be held Monday, Jan. 25 at 9 p.m., will have it all, including drinks, dancing, networking in conversation pits, karaoke, and games. The atmosphere is relaxed and ideal for doing business amid friendly competition.

Contestant challenges include: survive the 80-foot inflatable obstacle course, play the ultimate teamwork challenge — life-size human foosball, last eight seconds on the bungee bull ride, get a strike while human bowling, be king of the ping pong table, or rule the Nintendo Wii Sports challenge.

Participants should dress comfortably. See the Survivor party information.

Speed Meet To Survive

Are you ready to get more referral business? Sponsored by Limos.com, U.S. Affiliate Speed Meet is full of networks waiting for you to arrive at the International LCT Show to sign up to meet them. Check out the list of networks. Full Show Pass holders an sign up for the Affiliate Speed Meets onsite during exhibit hall hours.

How Do I Get In For Free?

We know times are tough and it is hard to get away from the office for long periods. So, we are making every effort to make the show accessible and affordable for you to attend the 2010 International LCT Show. It’s free to visit the exhibit hall on Wednesday, Jan. 27. If you are an operator of a chauffeured transportation or charter and tour company, there is no cost to too see the latest and greatest products and services the industry has to offer.

Sources: LCT Events Department/Martin Romjue, LCT Magazine

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