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LCT Eastern Conference Adds Nightly Fun to Daily Line-Up

LCT Staff
Posted on July 5, 2006

TORRANCE, CALIF. - The LCT Eastern Conference added social events to its calendar, bringing auxiliary activities and easy access to the already jam-packed two-day event, held Sept. 12 – 13 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn. Along with the expo-to-be and exhibit hall passes, which are complimentary to operators, five out of the 13 available sessions are industry firsts, including workshops such as Secrets of the Stars: Panel of LCT Operator of the Year Winners, Fleet Decisions in a Changing Environment, and a Business Travel Super Session. Also new this year is LCT’s Exclusive Salary Survey report and the Limousine Business Start Up Boot Camp.

This year, two receptions will be held, conveniently located in the Mohegan Sun: The first a sponsor tribute at Rain Restaurant, and the second is the Cool Summer Nights networking reception, sponsored by Ford Motor Co. This relaxing gathering will be held on the poolside terrace. Both receptions are open to full-show or one-day registrants and exhibitors.

The convention closes with “THE” Parties Night. A combination of relaxation and networking are available to registrants at one of the many intimate suite parties or at the Wolf Den or Ultra 88 nightclubs.

And, as an added incentive, all registrants staying at least one night at the Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort will receive a free $25 gaming voucher, redeemable at any of the hotels vast gaming tables.

For more information or to register, visit www.lcteast.com or call (800) 576-8788.

Source: LCT Magazine

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