Ginger & The Hoosier Daddys will bring a 20s era jazz to 40s era big band swing performance on Tuesday, March 1 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the annual LCT Awards Celebration during the International LCT Show.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- If the numbers are right, the theme of this year's International LCT Show
and Awards Celebration should be the perfect fit.
With expected high attedance and exhibits, the Roaring 20s -- costumes, band and elegant good times -- converge Tuesday, March 1 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino for the annual LCT Magazine Awards Celebration.
The global chauffeured transportation industry gathers Tuesday evening, March 1 for its most prestigious business recognitions: Operator of the Year Awards and the Association Award of Excellence.
The gala, to include complimentary cocktails and a buffet dinner, culminates in the annual Operator of the Year Awards, which will recognize six outstanding limousine companies for business excellence, and one trade association for being a role model of industry leadership and activism. LCT received an unusually high number of award applicants and nominations this year, resulting in the number of finalists in several categories rising to four companies instead of three.
Entertainment will be provided by Ginger & The Hoosier Daddys, an early 1920s jazz to early 1940s big swing band from Hollywood, Calif. The band is lead by singer Ginger Pauley, an all-American "it girl" with a feather boa and fluttering eyelashes.
Tickets to the event cost $50 per person at the door, which is all inclusive and considered a prime deal in Las Vegas which is known for expensive wining and dining. Attendees may wear Great Gatsby-style "Roaring 20s" themed outfits and garments.
Craig Hall of Lincoln Limousine & Livery Vehicles presents one of two checks to NLA President Gary Buffo at the LCT Magazine Awards Celebration on March 17, 2015 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, Nev.
Gala sponsor Lincoln Limousine & Livery Vehicles
will once again prove among the strongest industry supporters with announcements and donations related to the National Limousine Association
and its philanthropic arm, the Harold Berkman Memorial Fund
Lincoln set a record for sponsor generosity when it donated more than $70,000 to the NLA and the Berkman Fund during the 2015 Awards Celebration.