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LCT SUMMIT RETURNS! New Event In The Works

Posted on May 26, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LCT will take its upscale executive conference to Chicago this fall with a redesigned format geared toward industry realities. More information coming NEXT WEEK!

TORRANCE, Calif. — In a clear sign that the industry is recovering from the recession, LCT Magazine will bring back the LCT Summit this fall supported by a host of healthy sponsorships and resurgent operator demand.

LCT is working on the final details for an LCT Summit in late September at a luxury hotel in downtown Chicago that will feature the popular activities and events that characterized previous Summits, but with some new and practical twists.

In its previous life, the LCT Summit was held at luxury hotels in Miami Beach annually from 2000 to 2008. It was canceled last year due to the effects of a severe recession on the chauffeured transportation industry.

The relaxed, retreat-style Summit was always limited to no more than 100 registrants who enjoyed a mix of stimulating seminars, speakers, and discussions; social events and activities; and plenty of networking and nocturnal frolicking along Miami Beach’s trendy tropical shores.

DATES, SCHEDULES, HOTEL, ADMISSION, AND REGISTRATION information will be available here on LCT E-News Wednesday, June 2.

Source: Martin Romjue, LCT Magazine

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