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Need More Reasons To Do LCT East Next Weekend?

LCT Staff
Posted on October 30, 2015
Show up here Nov. 8-10 to keep your business relevant and thriving. LCT-NLA Show East @ Harrah's Atlantic City. Do LCT in AC and get ROI.

Show up here Nov. 8-10 to keep your business relevant and thriving. LCT-NLA Show East @ Harrah's Atlantic City. Do LCT in AC and get ROI.

Show up here Nov. 8-10 to keep your business relevant and thriving. LCT-NLA Show East @ Harrah's Atlantic City. Do LCT in AC and get ROI.

Show up here Nov. 8-10 to keep your business relevant and thriving. LCT-NLA Show East @ Harrah's Atlantic City. Do LCT in AC and get ROI.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- LCT-NLA Show East opens in just over a week on Sunday, Nov. 8, and for the 1,000+ attendees, this year's trade show and conference will break new industry ground and set a high bar.

That can be a subjective concept beyond the fact that LCT is among the first major users of Harrah's Atlantic City's new Waterfront Conference Center. So to find relevant and groundbreaking reasons to attend, or if you're already registered, to look forward to the ROI, just click on the link below for a list of links to all the features and events:

Top 10 Reasons And Another 10+ Reasons To Attend LCT East

REGISTRATION HERE

  

Related Topics: Atlantic city, Eastern U.S. Operators, Harrah's, industry education, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, networking, tradeshow preparation, vehicle sales

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