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LCT East Offers Solid Strategies to Build Your Affiliate Business

Posted on October 23, 2015
Kyara Kahakauwila, who adds flair to any industry event, will moderate the panel: How to Build and Balance Your Affiliate and Local Client Book at LCT-NLA Show East in Altantic City, N.J., on Monday, Nov. 9.

Kyara Kahakauwila, who adds flair to any industry event, will moderate the panel: How to Build and Balance Your Affiliate and Local Client Book at LCT-NLA Show East in Altantic City, N.J., on Monday, Nov. 9.

Kyara Kahakauwila, who adds flair to any industry event, will moderate the panel: How to Build and Balance Your Affiliate and Local Client Book at LCT-NLA Show East in Altantic City, N.J., on Monday, Nov. 9.
Kyara Kahakauwila, who adds flair to any industry event, will moderate the panel: How to Build and Balance Your Affiliate and Local Client Book at LCT-NLA Show East in Altantic City, N.J., on Monday, Nov. 9.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J — Learn from a panel of top affiliate directors what it takes to successfully grow and maintain your affiliate business, and how to balance your clients with your new partners at the upcoming annual LCT-NLA Show East, Nov. 8-10 at Harrah’s Atlantic City and its adjacent new Waterfront Conference Center.

The General Session, “How to Build and Balance Your Affiliate and Local Client Book,” will be held Monday, Nov. 9 from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The panel includes: Moderator Kyara Kahakauwila, L.A. Limousines and Transportation Services; Tara Grewal, Griffin Transportation, Vancouver, B.C.; Billy Placier, Music Express, Burbank, Calif.; Tami Saccoccio, Commonwealth Worldwide, Boston.

The special hotel room rate deadline ends today so Book Now to take advantage of affordable rooms and be right in the action at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Register today on a full conference and show pass for the annual LCT-NLA Show East, Nov. 8-10 at Harrah’s Atlantic City and its adjacent brand new Waterfront Conference Center.

This year’s all-under-one roof show and conference will feature numerous meet-and-greet sessions, events, parties, cocktail receptions host and after-hours suite parties that will give attendees ample opportunity to network with old friends and meet potential affiliate partners from around the world.

 

Related Topics: affiliate networks, building your clientele, business growth, Canadian Operators, Eastern U.S. Operators, Harrah's, industry education, Kyara Kahakauwila, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, Massachusetts operators, staying competitive, Tami Saccoccio, Tara Grewal

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