Operations

CLICK N’ TAKE: LCT Fact Book Survey Closes Out Soon

LCT Staff
Posted on February 3, 2010

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Magazine has closed out the deadline for the print version of the industry’s most comprehensive operator survey, but there is still plenty of time to take the survey online.

If you have procrastinated or forgotten, please take the survey at LCT Fact Book Survey Online. We have extended the digital deadline to 5 p.m. PST on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

Charter and tour operators can take an online survey specific to the motorcoach industry Online deadline also is Wednesday, Feb. 10.

LCT is also asking the print respondents of the chauffeured transportation survey to retake the survey online at LCT Fact Book Survey Online. Due to a production error, the printed version of the Fact Book survey form that was mailed to chauffeured transportation operators varies slightly from the more up to date digital version.

To make sure we get all the “apples to apples” comparisons, LCT is asking all operators to use the digital survey option. Operators who already took the digital version of the survey do not need to retake it.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. The few extra minutes devoted to the online survey will ensure the industry receives the most accurate, up to date, comprehensive book of facts documenting the state of the industry during the past year. The annual Fact Book will be published in the May edition of LCT.

Source: Martin Romjue, LCT editor

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