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Why Go To The International LCT Show?

Posted on January 11, 2012
The LeFebvres of All Around Limos near Detroit are heading back to Las Vegas Feb. 13-15 for their second International LCT Show.

The LeFebvres of All Around Limos near Detroit are heading back to Las Vegas Feb. 13-15 for their second International LCT Show.

The LeFebvres of All Around Limos near Detroit are heading back to Las Vegas Feb. 13-15 for their second International LCT Show.
The LeFebvres of All Around Limos near Detroit are heading back to Las Vegas Feb. 13-15 for their second International LCT Show.

TORRANCE, Calif. -- As LCT and the NLA wrap up planning for the 2012 International LCT Show in Las Vegas, past attendees often can provide the best perspectives and reasons for going. Don't take LCT's word for why anyone who hopes to succeed or build on success in this industry must be there.

"I feel it is mandatory as an owner/operator to attend the ILCT Show. We are coming back for a second year looking for more information from seminars and the opportunity to talk to finance people (in person)."
 
Philip LeFebvre
All Around Limos, LLC
Warren, Michigan

"ILCT provided the opportunity of meeting my partners and peers face to face.   It truly cemented our working relationship and provided a wonderful opportunity to exchange ideas.  ILCT is a wonderful resource base for a newcomer to the limo scene. The Speed Meet provided a wonderful forum for me to meet a cross section of operators within a short span of time. Attending ILCT 2012 will cement current relationships and create new ones."

Debbie Sievers
Harrison Global
Boston

CHECK FUTURE EDITIONS OF LCT E-NEWS FOR MORE TESTIMONIALS.

-- Jim Luff, LCT contributing editor

Related Topics: continuing education, ILCT, ILCT 2012, limo tradeshows, networking

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