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Learn How To Increase Your Retail Revenue

Martin Romjue
Posted on February 4, 2015
In a session titled, "The Do's and Don'ts of Making Retail Work For You," four operators will hold a panel during the International LCT Show March 18 on how operators can make money from the retail sector of the limousine industry.

This NLA-planned session will be held Wednesday, March 18, at 3:40 p.m. in the conference center at The Venetian-The Palazzo, site of the Show from March 16-18. Christopher Quinn of Corporate Transportation Solutions in Sacramento, Calif., will serve as moderator with accompanying panelists Carl Haley of Grand Avenue Worldwide in Nashville, Tenn.; Kevin Illingworth of Classique Limousine Worldwide in Orange, Calif.; and Val Newton of Regal Limousine Service in Benton, Ky., and Nashville.

From weddings to proms to bachelor parties, there is a lot of money to be made. These seasoned retail operators will teach attendees how to increase retail revenue by increasing their wedding, prom, bachelor/bachelorette party business.

Related Topics: bachelor parties, Carl Haley, Chris Quinn, ILCT 2015, industry education, Kevin Illingworth, limo tradeshows, money, proms, retail markets, Tennessee operators, Val Newton, weddings

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Comments ( 2 )
  • kathyrose

     | about 5 years ago

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