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@ ILCT: Vendor To Host Country Singer At Show Booth

LCT Staff
Posted on February 9, 2011

Lead singer Marty Roe of the Grammy Award-nominated band Diamond Rio will be signing autographs at the Create-A-Card Inc. booth during the 2011 International LCT Show.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Attendees to the 2011 INTERNATIONAL LCT SHOW will have a chance to shake hands with and get autographed photos of singer Marty Roe of Diamond Rio when he appears at the booth of CREATE-A-CARD INC. on Monday, Feb. 14.

Roe will appear at the booth from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., just minutes after the formal opening of the trade show floor at the PARIS LAS VEGAS. (Booth Nos./ 104-106).

CREATE-A-CARD INC., founded 25 years ago by CEO Arthur Messina, is the foremost advertising and marketing vendor and experts for the U.S. chauffeured transportation industry.

DIAMOND RIO, which plays a mix of country, Christian and bluegrass music, was recently nominated for the Academy of Country Music's Top Vocal Group of the Year for the 13th time. Named Grand Ole Opry members in 1998, Diamond Rio has had an illustrious career that includes more than 10 million album sales, nine No. 1 singles, six Vocal Group of the Year awards (Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music), and 14 Grammy nominations.

The band is highly regarded for its charitable contributions as the longtime National Spokespersons for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and was further honored with the prestigious Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Award in 2004.

Later on Monday evening, Roe will perform an acoustic set of country music for an invite-only event hosted by operators Carl Haley and Bill Faeth of GRAND AVENUE CHAUFFEURED TRANSPORTATION of Nashville, Tenn., at the nearby Bally's Hotel.

Source: CREATE-A-CARD INC.

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