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LCT Opens Registration for 2014 International Show In Las Vegas

Posted on November 13, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — Limo and bus operators, vendors and industry business people can now register online to attend the 2014 International LCT Show, which will be hosted at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Feb. 16-18. It will be 30th anniversary of the LCT Show. The National Limousine Association will be planning educational seminars, while LCT is working on the multiple networking events and parties for which LCT is famous. 

The International LCT Show is the biggest convention for limousine, charter and tour operators in the world. Operators from around the globe come to get educated, see vehicle and product showcases, and network with their peers. The information offered at LCT Shows can help operators grow their businesses and maximize use of their fleets.

Events include a nightclub party at the world-class, newly reopened Hakkasan at MGM Grand, as well as the 2nd Annual ILCT Bar Crawl and 4th Annual Dollar Beer Blitz.

The best savings on show passes are offered through Jan. 17, 2014. NLA members enjoy the best savings on their passes. Register online at www.lctshow.com or go straight to the REGISTRATION PAGE.

Sources: LCT Events, LCT Magazine

Related Topics: ILCT, ILCT 2014, industry education, industry events, Las Vegas, limo tradeshows, National Limousine Association, networking, tradeshow preparation

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