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2013 ILCT Early Bird Discount Deadline Expires This Friday

Posted on January 9, 2013

LAS VEGAS — With the 2013 International LCT Show less than a month away, now is a great time to register for a Full Conference Pass and book rooms at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Early bird deadlines for discounted Full Conference Passes and discounted hotel rates at the MGM expire this Friday, Jan. 11.

To register for 2013 ILCT, please click here: Register for 2013 ILCT

To book your rooms at the MGM, please click here: Book a room at MGM Grand for 2013 ILCT.

A Full Conference Pass gets operators into all the NLA-sponsored limo industry seminars, including the new American Bus Association Bus Education track; keynote speeches by leading business visionaries; parties; lunches and the vehicle exhibit hall.

Register today by clicking here: Register for 2013 ILCT

ILCT Show App
After you register, make sure to download the International LCT Show smartphone app, sponsored by North Point Transportation Group.

  • Not only can you view all of the sessions, speakers and exhibitors, you can also:
  • Create a personalized event schedule
  • Rate and comment on sessions
  • Find exhibitors and request meetings
  • Upload and share photos from your mobile device
  • Access LCT social networking
  • Receive late-breaking information and alerts

The app is available on Android and iOS phones and tablets and be downloaded here:

2013 International LCT Show app for iPhone and iPad

2013 International LCT Show app for Android smartphones and tablets

Related Topics: ILCT, ILCT 2013, industry events, limo tradeshows, tradeshow preparation

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