2019 LCT Video Education Series: Nick Lopez and Todd Roberts of JACO Limousine provide some tips on how to work the large annual event the right way.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- The glorious shores of South Beach are beckoning and simmering with anticipation as limousine operators from around the nation prepare to gather at the Eden Roc Hotel on May 18-20 for the 13th annual LCT Leadership Summit.
More than 100 attendees are set and registered. Attendance is capped at 150 to provide an ideal climate for networking and discussing industry business trends -- the two hallmarks of the three-day, executive style retreat, which also offers plenty of time to relax, recreate, pulsate, splash and frolic.
Registration now costs $1,099 per person, including all food, open bars and nocturnal entertainment. On Friday, it will surge to $1,499 per person. EASY FLOW REGISTRATION HERE
On both mornings of the Summit, the big buffet breakfasts do not even start until 9 a.m., which allows for leisurely starts to playful tropical days.
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