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LCT Summit Hosts Networking Event At LIV Nightclub

Posted on April 29, 2015

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- LCT events make it a priority to select upscale and entertaining venues to host networking mixers, and the LCT Leadership Summit May 17-19 in Miami Beach, Fla., will be no exception.

At the end of the opening day, May 17, attendees will be escorted to the ultra-exclusive LIV lounge and nightclub in the Fontainebleau Hotel, right next door to the Summit venue at the Eden Roc Hotel.

The nightclub offers six private skyboxes, each featuring European bottle service, a mini-bar and banquettes with secured purse drawers. The design of the nightclub allows people to see the entire venue from almost every point in the room, while edgy performances heat up the night with Miami’s sexiest dancers.

LIV has redefined nightlife in Miami Beach, melding the allure of the historical Fontainebleau with contemporary entertainment. It is the quintessential nightspot that fuses the appeal of an ultra-exclusive lounge with a high-energy nightclub, and it has more than 18,000 square feet of striking architectural design and décor.

Sponsored by Worldwide Transportation, this pulsating networking event will be a great way to mix and mingle with fellow attendees. DJs will spin everything from rock to hip hop to house.

You can find more information about LIV at www.livnightclub.com, and for more information about the LCT Summit, go to www.lctsummit.com. Registration for the event will be open up to until the first day, with onsite purchasing available.

Related Topics: industry education, industry events, industry leaders, industry trends, LCT Leadership Summit, leadership, Miami Beach, networking

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