How will Uber affect the limousine industry, and what can operators do about it? Answers at LCT-NLA Show East, Atlantic City, N.J., Oct. 19-21.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are not going away. If Uber and Lyft don't affect your business yet, then it's not a matter of if, but when.
An esteemed panel of experts has been selected to provide you the latest information and insights on what the National Limousine Association is doing on behalf of the industry to reach consumers, regulators, and insurance commissioners. The panelists at LCT-NLA Show East will discuss strategies to address the competitive challenges on several fronts.
Presenters include: NLA President Gary Buffo, Pure Luxury Transportation; Gregory McDonald, Cornerstone Government Affairs; the NLA's Washington, D.C.-based goverment relations and lobbying firm; Manesh Rath, Keller & Heckman law firm, an expert in regulatory law; Philip Jagiela, executive director of the NLA; and NLA board director Scott Solombrino, CEO of Dav El / BostonCoach Chauffeured Transportation Network.
The panel presentation will be held Sunday, Oct. 19 from 1:30 p.m. to 2:55 p.m. at Caesars Atlantic City, before the 3 p.m. keynote address by Fox Business anchor Stuart Varney.
In addition, two affiliate meeting have been added to the show schedule. The Dav El / BostonCoach affiliate meeting will be held Sunday, Oct. 19, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. by invitation, and includes lunch. Flyte Tyme Worldwide Transportation will hold its affiliate meeting on Sunday, Oct. 19, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. by invitation, and includes refreshments.
LCT-NLA Show East, to be held Oct. 19-21 at the Atlantic City Convention Center and Caesars Atlantic City, will offer more than 40 highly relevant educational sessions. The full schedule of sessions — developed by the National Limousine Association's Show Committee — focus on helping operators improve their businesses and bottom lines.
Details on the education and scheduled events can be found here.
Those who REGISTER by Sept. 26 can take advantage of discounted pass rates, with NLA members receiving the deepest discounts.