LCT Or CD? We’re Making It An Easy Choice

Jim Luff
Posted on January 29, 2020
It's an easy don't have to choose!

It's an easy don't have to choose!

I know; it’s the question of the week. I keep reading the same question on Facebook in various private group pages. Because I came from the trenches, I understand how difficult it can be for small- to medium-size operations to attend both shows.

I know there were days that just leaving the office for lunch was difficult. In fact, I can’t tell you how many lunches I consumed at my desk. The thought of leaving and going to a convention required designating someone to open the office and shop each day, work in the office and be able to “sell” a reservation, and write up the order. It required someone to answer the phones at night while I broke bread with people in Las Vegas in hopes they would send me more business.

I want you to know I truly feel your pain. My message has been steadfastly delivered that you should attend both shows if your finances allow it and you have office coverage. I can’t come run your office for you while you are gone. But I can take away some of the financial pain. If you have already registered for the NLA-CD Show and are on the fence about the International LCT Show, we will provide a half-price rate for you.

Disneyland and California Adventure sell tickets known as “park hoppers” that allow you to go back and forth between two amusement parks. While we can’t offer a park hopper ticket, we can slash that price and allow you to double your education, double the amount of vendors you will see, double your networking opportunities, and double your fun.

If you have already registered for the CD Show, please email us your confirmation to [email protected] and we will provide you with a special code for 50% off of a full show pass. We are committed to your education and professional growth.

Related Topics: 2020 ILCT, industry education, Las Vegas, LCT Show, limo tradeshows, networking, tradeshows

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