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Golf, Cocktails To Enliven Team Spirit At Leadership Summit

Martin Romjue
Posted on May 4, 2016

2015 Summit Cocktail Making Contest winners with the Ed Bobit Cup, named after the late founder and chairman of Bobit Business Media, owner of LCT Magazine and the Summit.
2015 Summit Cocktail Making Contest winners with the Ed Bobit Cup, named after the late founder and chairman of Bobit Business Media, owner of LCT Magazine and the Summit.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. --- Two of the most popular social activities return to this year's LCT Leadership Summit, May 22-24, promising a fun competitive outlet for attendees.

First up on May 22 is the Aventura Golf Classic at Turnberry Isle that draws teams of attendees for the most common business-related sport. A separate fee is required, and the event is limited to 24 golfers. First tee time is 9:10 a.m. The event is hosted by Aventura Worldwide Transportation of Miami, a Summit sponsor and ground transportation host for the event.

The next day brings the fifth annual Cocktail Making Contest, a ritual that started at the 2012 Leadership Summit in Puerto Rico and has evolved into a fierce but fun competition among teams of operators putting their bartending creations before judges who sip. This year's contest, to be held 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Oasis at the Raleigh Hotel, will result in the winning team receiving a giant commemorative cup.

With its focus on deep industry topics and trends coupled with networking and recreation, the LCT Leadership Summit strives to push the mindset of chauffeured car service owners to look beyond immediate circumstances and discern long term best practices for profitability and growth. Seminars provide valuable long-range information that operators can apply to the future growth and success of their businesses.

The Summit conference and hotel site is at the SLS South Beach Hotel, along Miami Beach's famed art deco oceanfront and near the Lincoln Road shopping and restaurant district.

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Related Topics: Aventura, Florida operators, industry education, industry events, industry leaders, LCT Leadership Summit, leadership, Miami Beach, networking

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