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LCT Magazine Hires Associate Publisher and East Coast Editor

LCT Staff
Posted on November 19, 2008

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Magazine has hired Linda M. Moore, a former publisher of Limousine Digest and director of affiliates of a South Florida chauffeured transportation company, as its new East Coast-based associate publisher and editor.

Moore brings vast and varied experience as a publisher, marketer, business owner, sales associate, operator, and writer to LCT Magazine. Moore most recently has worked as director of affiliates at Coastal Limousine, a Pompano Beach, Fla.,-based operator that serves the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale metro area.

Moore was publisher of Limousine Digest, The International Limousine, and Livery Trader from 2002-2005. The publications are owned by Modern Technologies Group of Medford, N.J. Moore also was show director of the annual Limousine Digest Show in Atlantic City, N.J.

“We are thrilled to gain Linda’s industry expertise, knowledge, and creativity for LCT Magazine,” said LCT Editor Martin Romjue. “Her exclusive commitment to the LCT franchise secures our position as the leading industry business magazine and marketplace venue from coast to coast.”

Moore will divide her time between publishing, marketing and sales efforts, and coverage of East Coast industry associations, news developments, and East Coast-oriented feature articles. Moore will report to LCT Publisher Sara McLean.

Moore starts with LCT Magazine on Jan. 5, 2009. She will work out of offices in Marlton, N.J. that are owned by LCT Magazine’s parent company, Bobit Business Media. Those offices also house the administrative staff of the National Limousine Association.

Source: LCT Magazine

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