Are You Attending the World’s Largest Limo Show?

LCT Staff
Posted on February 1, 2005

If you make no other investment in your business operations this year, do not miss the LCT Show. In order to survive – and thrive – in this competitive marketplace, you have to be an educated businessperson.

Even if you think you’ve found the perfect niche and are making a great deal of money, we promise you’ll learn something valuable at the show that will add even more dollars to your bottom line.

Besides, think of the time and money you can save by evaluating all the new vehicles and products on the market in one place. The more you know about buying a chauffeured vehicle, the less likely you’ll make a costly mistake.

The LCT Show is the largest chauffeured transportation show in the world. Last year more than 3,000 attended our show in Las Vegas and this year promises to be even bigger. The Venetian Hotel’s 120,000-square-foot exhibition hall will house more than 100 exhibitors, showing everything you need to run a top-notch transportation company.

Some operators grumble that they can’t afford to take time off to go to a show, especially on their busy days at the end of the week. Because of this, we’ve scheduled our event March 13-15, Sunday through Tuesday. The LCT Show is a short commitment, but a very important one.

Why not let us train your employees for you? We encourage you to bring as many staff members as possible to the show. With our excellent seminars and training sessions, hosted by the National Limousine Association, we’ll provide outstanding training in areas such as sales, public relations and advertising, Web sites, human resources, the fundamentals of operating a limousine business, plus much more.

We encourage you to bring your chauffeurs to this year’s show. Not only can your drivers help you pick out the vehicles they want to drive, but a new program we’re offering this year is our Executive Chauffeuring School Comprehensive Training Course. The class is scheduled at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 13 and includes lunch. A separate fee, in addition to registration, is required for this session taught by Scott Mezger.

We’ll also have dynamic speakers including Michael Gerber, author of “The E-Myth: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It,” and Anthony Vinciquerra, president and CEO of Fox Networks Group.

Experts are predicting that business travel will be up seven percent this year. Besides that, limousines are suddenly hot again. Our industry growth was up 23 percent last year, with 71 percent of limousine operators reporting higher revenue. Are you up to the challenge of taking on more business?

We urge you to think big and attend the LCT Show. It will allow you to take a step up, to network with other operators and to become the best operator you can be.

Sincerely, Sara McLean

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