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International LCT Show About to Commence

LCT Staff
Posted on January 23, 2009

LAS VEGAS, NV - Returning to Las Vegas, January 26-28 at the Venetian Hotel-Resort-Casino, the International Limousine & Chauffeured Transportation Show (LCT Show) is about to commence. Attendees can expect valuable educational seminars, product previews and numerous networking opportunities all geared to help them succeed during these challenging times.

Condensed into three days, the LCT Show offers endless resources for all attendees. They'll discover new best practices to keep their sales high and adopt new strategies from those who have successfully met the same challenges. Also, the industry will confront the big question about the economy: What's happening and why, and what does it mean for your operations? Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network CEO Scott Solombrino will address those questions during his State of the Industry Speech.

Looked upon as an important long-term investment, attending the LCT Show can be the best decision made by any attendee concerned with the survival of their business in 2009 and beyond.

Interested parties can still register for the show via fax or on-site. In addition, flexible room rates may still be available in the Palazzo tower at the Venetian Hotel-Resort-Casino, the official conference headquarters for the LCT Show.

More information on the International LCT Show can be found at www.LCTSHOW.COM or by calling 800-576-8788.

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