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DOH! LCT Corrects Magazine Mistake

LCT Staff
Posted on March 30, 2011

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A CONSONANT MAKES: LCT mistakenly misidentified a chauffeured transportation company in the Feb/Mar 2011 issue. Now it's time to get it right.

TORRANCE, Calif. -- LCT wrongly attributed information on p. 42 of the February/March 2011 issue to AristoCAT Transportation, a corporate-oriented chauffeured transportation provider based in Warren, Mich. The article also incorrectly included a photo of Aristocat owner/operator Sue Jarvis.

The sub-section titled "Taking It Personally" appears in a longer article about "Best Ideas" from various operators.

The information actually came from AristoCRAT Limousine and Bus Company in Parsippany, N.J.

LCT Magazine regrets the error and any confusion this has caused the industry. LCT also will publish a printed correction in the May 2011 issue.

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