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LCT Launches Registration For Leadership Summit

LCT Staff
Posted on March 16, 2011

GET IN LINE: The LCT Leadership Summit is back by popular demand in Miami Beach. See who registered first.

TORRANCE, Calif. -- LCT Magazine and its Events Department have officially launched the 2011 LCT LEADERSHIP SUMMIT WEBSITE and an accompanying LCT SUMMIT REGISTRATION PAGE for the event to the held Sept. 12-14 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Miami Beach.

Registration is limited to 150 attendees, and given the near-200 strong attendance at the 2010 Summit in Chicago last September, LCT advises operators to register sooner rather than later.

The cost is a bit higher, given the premium luxury tropical oceanfront location, but well worth it.

Unlike the intense pace of typical trade shows, the LCT Leadership Summit is an upscale executive-oriented business conference that allows participants to relax as much as explore hot topics and strategies of the chauffeured transportation industry. It's also the best place to network among industry leaders and luminaries who can offer business opportunities as much as they can successful entrepreneurial advice.

LCT staff will be busy planning top-rate sessions, speakers, and social events over the next few months worthy of the global hotspot destination of Miami Beach.

So who registered first? RON STEIN, CEO and owner of Exclusive Sedan Service in Los Angeles. Stein often gets the title of "First In Line" for LCT events, and we much appreciate his support and positive example.

-- Martin Romjue, LCT editor

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