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LCT Show East Kicks Off Its Return In Stylish Venue On The Sea

Posted on August 21, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — The kick-off for LCT Show East, October 27 – 29, will feature an opening reception befitting LCT’s return to Atlantic City. Starting at 7pm on Sunday, Oct. 27, attendees will be greeted to the premiere One Atlantic Hall in Caesars, one of Atlantic City’s most desirable venues with floor-to-ceiling views of the sea and the glittering Atlantic City Skyline.

The event is open to all pass holders except Exhibit Hall one-day pass holders, and attendees will be treated to delicious appetizers, cocktails, and live entertainment. You can view a video slide tour of the One Atlantic Room here, as well as an outline of the show’s events, just scroll down to the bottom and press play. This reception is one of seven networking events (which LCT is famously known for) occurring at LCT Show East this year.

Register for LCT Show East by September 27 for the best discounts on your pass. Take advantage of a special hotel room rate of $69/night single/double at Caesars Atlantic City. For more information about LCT Show East go to www.lcteast.com.

— Tim Crowley, LCT senior editor

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