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Time Running Out For Choosing Most Dynamic Operators

Tom Halligan
Posted on October 7, 2015

LCT Magazine is accepting nominations for the third annual People’s Choice Awards, the limousine industry’s peer-to-peer awards celebrating the many positive contributions of industry business people.

Five individuals will be chosen by industry members via an electronic e-mail ballot. If you know individuals that you believe are deserving of recognition, please complete the nomination form.

Winners will be recognized at the People's Choice Awards Program Monday, Nov. 9 during LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City.

Awards categories include:

  • Entrepreneur of the Year: A person who has shown a unique pursuit of business, developed a product or concept and/or found ways to expand operations.
  • Leadership Award: A person who has influenced others to accomplish an objective or goal which resulted in positive effects on the organization.
  • Innovation Award: A person who has shown advanced knowledge and use of social media, mobile apps, tech amenities and/or tech-based fleet management or an operator who has started a technology venture.
  • Carla Boroday Humanitarian Award: Named after the late Florida operator and industry association leader and activist Carla Boroday, this award recognizes a person who has been creative and consistent in supporting a charity to improve quality of life or support a worthwhile cause.
  • Gold Star Award: Goes to a Good Samaritan who has gone beyond the call of duty in the spirit of service, acts of kindness, and good will.

Go to Nomination Form.

Related Topics: Atlantic city, charity, honors and awards, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, operator achievements, People's Choice Awards

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