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Registration Is Now Open for the International LCT Show

LCT Staff
Posted on October 22, 2008

TORRANCE, Calif. – The International Limousine & Chauffeured Transportation Show (LCT Show) is back again for 2009. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the LCT Show will be returning to the wonderful city of Las Vegas. The three-day conference and trade show will be taking place January 26 to 28 at the gorgeous Venetian Hotel-Resort-Casino. Attendees can expect educational seminars, product previews and networking opportunities geared to help them succeed during this tumultuous state of the economy.

Condensed into three days, the LCT Show provides many valuable resources for all attendees. As the most efficient and sure way to shop, the LCT Show will direct attendee sales efforts accurately and cost-effectively, with minimum waste. With the great benefit of having all desired vendors under the same roof at the same time, attendees can analyze and implement their entire business needs in just three days.

Attendees who register by December 30, can save up to $80 on a full conference pass. In addition, American Airlines is offering International LCT delegates a special airfare. Call (800) 433-1790 and reference code A9719AF when booking your ticket to obtain the discounted rate.

More information on the International LCT Show event, its speakers and sessions, can be found at www.LCTSHOW.COM or by calling (800) 576-8788.

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