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LCT Channels Content To Specialized Web Pages

LCT Staff
Posted on April 7, 2009

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Magazine is compiling product and services galleries for its three micro-web sites on the subjects of Finance and Insurance, Driving Green, and Technology — set to debut later this month.

The three micro-websites will offer specialty content and links for each of these industry topics.

LCT Magazine’s channels are creating an online center for experts and consultants, manufacturers and service providers, associations, and operators concerned about these parts of the business. Content will include news stories; magazine features; resources (including whitepapers and reports); discussions; links to legal news, regulatory agencies, and specialized organizations; and a products/services profiling the latest offerings.

LCT Magazine will be launching these new channel pages connected to the LCTmag.com website. The LCT channels will feature articles written by LCT editors, freelance writers, and submitted by marketers/sponsors and other industry experts. LCT accepts quality material from a variety of sources. Marketers are welcome — and encouraged — to submit as much material as desired.

Sponsors/advertisers so far include:

F&I: Lancer Insurance, Transpo Insurance, and Advantage Funding

Driving Green: Green Ride Global, Binz, and Create-a-Card/Limousine Environmental Action Partnership (shared sponsorship)

Technology: Limos.com, CorporateCarOnline, LimoLive24.com

To submit channels content, please contact LCT editor Martin Romjue at [email protected]

For marketing and advertising opportunities, please contact LCT sales manager Julie Hennessey at [email protected]

Source: Martin Romjue, LCT Magazine

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