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LCT-NLA Show East To Excel With Customer Service Session

Tom Halligan
Posted on August 1, 2014
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.Providing excellent customer service in all aspects of your operation can make or break your business. With social media allowing people to share their good and bad experiences, no operator can afford negative reviews. 

Learn how to raise the bar to provide excellent customer service throughout your company from three veteran and successful operators — Laura Canady, CLT Express, Tim Rose, Flyte Tyme Limousine, and Jeff Rose, Attitude New York — in their must-attend LCT-NLA Show East session: The Wizards of Customer Service, presented on Monday Oct. 20,  at 11:15 am.

More than 40 targeted, highly relevant educational sessions have been scheduled for the upcoming LCT-NLA Show East, to be held Oct. 19-21 at the Atlantic City Convention Center and Caesars Atlantic City.

The three-day annual  industry event features a full schedule of educational sessions — developed by the National Limousine Association's Show Committee — that focus on helping operators improve their businesses and bottom lines.

Full details on the education and scheduled events can be found at www.LCTEAST.com/fullschedule.  Those who register by Sept. 26 can take advantage of discounted pass rates, with NLA members receiving the deepest discounts.

REGISTRATION -- HERE, NOW, FOR YOU!

 

 

Related Topics: Atlantic city, customer service, industry education, Jeff Rose, Laura Canady, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, National Limousine Association, Tim Rose, tradeshow preparation

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