Social Media Guide To LCT-NLA Show East

Tim Crowley
Posted on October 9, 2015

As the LCT-NLA Show East approaches, LCT is assembling a new “Street Team” to help spread the word about the show beforehand, and also keep attendees tuned in to what’s going on during the show, through social media posts.

The LCT Street Team (*page will soon be updated) is a collection of Show attendees that volunteer to help post about the show, and whoever’s post(s) receive the most comments will have their hotel stay reimbursed by LCT. The official hashtag for the show is #lcteast, and we invite all attendees and sponsors to use it when they post to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or more, so other attendees can check out all show related posts.

We’re still accepting volunteers for the Street Team, you can contact me at [email protected], if you’re interested in participating.

The Show has a packed schedule of networking events and education seminars, and the show floor will feature all the latest vehicles that serve the industry, so there will be a lot of ground to cover. Before the show, watch for LCT posts on the LCT Magazine website (LCTMag.com), Twitter Page (@LCTMAG), and Facebook Page (facebook.com/LCTMagazine), and retweet or repost on your own page with the #lcteast hashtag.

Hope to see you at the show!

Happy Friday everyone.

— Tim

Related Topics: Atlantic city, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, Social Media, social media marketing, street team, tradeshow preparation

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