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LCT Leadership Summit Firms Up Bold, Engaging Agenda

Posted on April 24, 2013

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — The 2013 LCT Leadership Summit heads toward new adventures with a schedule that organizes the industry’s younger generation, explains the technology trends and solutions to run better companies, and promotes the highest quality values of customer service.


Operators who want to take advantage of these exclusive insights and scoops still have about two weeks to save $400 the conference pass rate before early registration expires on Friday, May 10.

Industry executives, company owners, and leaders from throughout the chauffeured transportation industry will gather for a working vacation-style mix of elite seminars and speakers, networking events and social activities.

Highlights include The Big Picture technology panel, the LCT Fast 40 panels discussion, and a Disney Institute customer service seminar.

The Summit is being held June 9-11 at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach in Miami Beach.

Passes include all scheduled networking and educational functions. Additional activities such as Golf at Turnberry Isle and a Deep Sea Fishing Excursion have separate fees. Attendees also should book their rooms at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach by May 10 to take advantage of the conference group room rate.

Information: www.lctsummit.com

Source: LCT Events

Related Topics: Amy Harris, Disney Institute, industry education, LCT Leadership Summit, LCTFast40, leadership, Miami Beach, networking, Ritz-Carlton, Tom DePasquale

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