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2013 International LCT Show To Roar Like An MGM Lion

Posted on September 26, 2012

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Vehicle buying demand coupled with the most educational options in decades are setting the stage for one of the biggest limousine industry trade shows ever when the 2013 International LCT Show lands at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino Feb. 4-7.

Registration opened this week for the three-day event that will include the most diverse vehicle displays in the history of the limo industry and an all-new Bus Clinic seminar track targeted to chauffeured operators with buses of all sizes as well as traditional charter and tour bus operators.

The annual event is set to draw thousands of operators from around the nation and world, many trying to make major decisions on chauffeured vehicles for their fleets going forward. Accompanying the array of manufacturers and coachbuilders will be vendors serving every aspect of the chauffeured transportation industry who are ready to help operators get good deals and run their businesses better.

ILCT also offers prime networking, affiliating, and socializing opportunities that lead to countless business leads and connections. The International LCT Show is universally considered the most essential industry investment in improving a chauffeured and/or charter bus fleet business.

REGISTER FOR SHOW HERE --- NOW!

Source: Martin Romjue, LCT editor

Related Topics: ILCT 2013, industry events, networking, vehicle sales

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