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LCT Introduces Loyalty Program For Devoted Clients

Posted on August 27, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — As the LCT brand celebrates 30 years, we decided that the best way to thank our clients for their support is to give something back. So we created the LCT Loyalty Rewards Program. The program will convert your investments with LCT brand magazines, digital media, and events into points that you can redeem for anything from additional event registrations to super-sized advertisements.

You can view a video slideshow of the program at www.lctmag.com/loyalty.

Vendors of LCT will be able to redeem points and get:

  • LimoForSale.com listings
  • Additional show badges
  • Press releases
  • Dedicated E-mail promotions
  • Access to the onsite VIP lounge during shows
  • Complementary meeting rooms
  • Super-sized ads
  • Access to the onsite private meeting area during shows
  • And more

The way to earn points is:

  • Digital advertising: $1 = 1 point
  • Print advertising: $1 = 2 points
  • Exhibiting at a Show: $1 = 3 points
  • Sponsorship: $1 = 4 points

You can earn special bonus points by:

  • Exhibiting or sponsoring at LCT Show East = earn double points
  • Exhibiting or sponsoring at both LCT show east and ILCT Show 2014 = earns 5,000 points

If you qualify for the program, in December you will receive an email outlining the points you have earned and instructions on how to access a customized portal where you can redeem them.

Contact LCT:

Sara Eastwood-McLean

Brand Publisher

(253) 983-0515

[email protected]

Carol Jack

Sales Coordinator

(253) 983-0515

[email protected]

 

Kristen Messineo

Senior Event Manager

(310) 533-2576

[email protected]

Related Topics: industry vendors, LCT-NLA Show East

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