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Revamped LCT Awards Celebration To Showcase Best Companies

Posted on January 23, 2013

LAS VEGAS — This year, the Nightclub Party following the LCT Operator of the Year Awards Celebration is open to all International LCT Show attendees and exhibitors for FREE, courtesy of the generous sponsorship of all Show exhibitors. The only requirement to get in are attendee or exhibitor badges and ID.

The Nightclub Party will take place Wed. Feb. 6 at 9 p.m., after the 2013 LCT Operator of the Year Awards celebration.

The LCT Operator of the Year Awards celebration will include a three-course dinner and awards presentation for $50 per person / $1,000 per table of 10. The awards take place on Wed. Feb. 6, 2013, from 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Buy tickets here: LCT OOY Award Tickets

After the awards celebration, the room will transform into a Nightclub Party with a “nighttime wonderland” theme. This event is free and does not require purchase of an LCT OOY Award ticket. During the party, attendees will receive drinks on the house and experience Glamazon greeters, Couture Candelabras and more.

The after-party begins at 9 p.m. and goes until midnight.

ILCT attendee badge and photo ID with proof of age are required for entry to the Nightclub Party. Non-registered guests will be charged at the door.

For more information, please visit www.lctshow.com.

-- Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

Related Topics: ILCT, ILCT 2013, Operator of the Year Awards

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