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LCT Opens Up New Promo Opps For Operators

Posted on October 27, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LCT launches Women Of The Limo Industry calendar for 2011 to raise funds for breast cancer research. A new directory of cutting-edge web sightings starts in the January issue.

TORRANCE, Calif. — Limousine Charter & Tour Magazine is celebrating the growing success of female operators with its first ever Women of the Limo Industry calendar for 2011.

LCT will feature a photo of a female operator for one of the 12 months in the calendar for $5,000. The calendar will be packaged with the January 2011 issue of LCT to be mailed out to all subscribers. Half-page photos to be shared with another female operator are available as well for $2,500.

These fully clothed professional business photos of leading female industry entrepreneurs will showcase the diversity and talents of women who are succeeding in a traditionally male-dominated industry.

The first $10,000 in revenue raised from the calendar will be donated to breast cancer research through a pledge to the Harold Berkman Fund.

WEB SIGHTINGS

What’s one of the best ways to get your web site home page noticed? Why in good old-fashioned print magazine of course.

The January 2011 issue of LCT Magazine will feature a Web Sightings Directory, full of screen captures of operator and vendor home pages. Operators can showcase their cutting-edge home pages for $500 per half-page display.

The deadlines to reserve space in the 2011 calendar and web sightings directory is Wednesday, Nov. 10.

CONTACT INFO:

Sara Eastwood-McLean; [email protected] (253)983-0515

Bri Perry; [email protected]; (310) 533-2580

Source: LCT Sales & Marketing

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