Operations

Time To Prove Your 'Metal' With LCT's Business Awards

Lexi Tucker
Posted on January 4, 2017

Think you have what it takes to be named a LCT Operator of the Year? Now’s the time to prove it!

The annual LCT Operator of the Year Awards is taking applications online now through Feb. 1, 2017.

LCT gives the awards to six operators who excel in the areas of customer service, technology, training, media and marketing, safety, and community/industry involvement.

A panel of judges scores finalists in each of those categories for the following OOY awards: 1-10 fleet vehicles; 11-30 fleet vehicles; 31-50 fleet vehicles; 51+ fleet vehicles; motorcoach; and global/international.

Want to stand out? Make sure to attach any supporting documents (photos, thank you letters, testimonials, etc.) that will help these judges see you are truly deserving of the honor.

ENTRY FORM HERE (The form also can be accessed at the top of the LCTmag.com home page by clicking the "LCT Awards" link)

Winners will be announced and honored on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. during the LCT Magazine Awards Gala at the International LCT Show in the Sands Expo between The Palazzo and The Venetian Resort Hotel Casinos in Las Vegas.

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Lexi Tucker Associate Editor
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