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Local Press Highlights Limo Vehicles At LCT-NLA Show East

Posted on November 11, 2015
First Class Customs owner and CEO Jay Glick and his wife, Denise, were photographed inside on of their vehicles on the show floor to LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah's Atlantic City, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. (Press of Atlantic City)

First Class Customs owner and CEO Jay Glick and his wife, Denise, were photographed inside on of their vehicles on the show floor to LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah's Atlantic City, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. (Press of Atlantic City)

First Class Customs owner and CEO Jay Glick and his wife, Denise, were photographed inside on of their vehicles on the show floor to LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah's Atlantic City, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. (Press of Atlantic City)
First Class Customs owner and CEO Jay Glick and his wife, Denise, were photographed inside on of their vehicles on the show floor to LCT-NLA Show East at Harrah's Atlantic City, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. (Press of Atlantic City)
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The new Waterfront Converence Center at Harrah’s Resort was a makeshift showroom Monday for dozens of tricked-up, super-sized and even understated variations on the limousine, because Harrah’s is hosting an annual industry trade show that runs through Tuesday.

Press of Atlantic City feature and photo gallery here

Related Topics: Atlantic city, First Class Customs, Fleet Vehicles, Jay Glick, LCT exhibitors, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, media, new vehicles

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