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It’s Not Too Late — Register On-site for the LCT Eastern Conference!

LCT Staff
Posted on September 5, 2007

UNCASVILLE Conn. — The LCT Eastern Conference, held Sept. 9-10, 2007 at the Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino in Uncasville, Conn., is just around the corner. A full registration pass gets you all access to seminars on all of the most talked-about issues in the industry as well as entry into the Krystal sponsored “Martinis ‘Til Midnight” party and other exclusive networking events.

It’s not too late to register for an all-access pass that will get you two days of the exhibit hall floor with over 60 exhibitors showcasing their latest products and services, including the first-ever hybrid vehicle available with a livery package — the Mercury Mariner and Chrysler’s brand-new 300 Long Wheel Base sedan.

The best in educational seminars also await attendees, including “Maximizing Profitability: What’s in Your Wallet?”, “How to Work With Affiliates and Build Your Business Big Time,” and a number of chauffeur and employee training seminars that are sure to help you build a front line you can count on.

Don’t miss this chance to join more than 400 attendees in one of the most anticipated networking events of the year.

For more information and a full attendee roster, visit www.lcteast.com.

See you there!

Source: Bobit Business Media

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