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NLA Seeks Expert Presenters For Future Trade Shows

LCT Staff
Posted on June 8, 2016

Want to carry this room? They are thirsting for B2B knowledge.
Want to carry this room? They are thirsting for B2B knowledge.
MARLTON, N.J. -- If you've been looking for some exposure and ways to help your fellow operators and businesspeople, the National Limousine Association might want to give you an audience.

The NLA is looking for speakers and presenters for future International LCT Shows and LCT-NLA East Shows. Trade show education stems from timely, relevant content aimed at helping operators grow their businesses and adapt to industry changes.

Are you an expert on a specific topic? Do you know someone whose knowledge would benefit the industry?

Please fill out this form if interested, and if your idea is selected, a NLA staff member will contact you and start the planning. The NLA will consider session ideas from members only. If you are not a member, fill out this form, too.

Related Topics: ILCT, industry education, LCT-NLA Show East, limo tradeshows, National Limousine Association, tradeshow preparation

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