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Save Money, Gain Inside Scoops At LCT Summit

Lexi Tucker
Posted on April 12, 2017

All that's missing is you.(Photo via Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc gallery)
All that's missing is you.(Photo via Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc gallery)
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Why spend more than you have to for passes to the LCT Leadership Summit? Of course, the educational and networking activities are totally worth the late comer price, but why not grab all the benefits for less?

You’re planning on going anyway, so get registration out of the way early. This will give you more time to take care of business in preparation for a few days of fun, sun, and learning in a relaxed, chill environment.  

The deadline to get your full conference pass at $1,199 is April 21. If you decided to wait, the price goes up to $1,599. The Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc and the LCT Staff can’t wait to see you there May 21-23. Who knows? You might even get some media coverage out of it...

For event schedule and registration details, go to lctsummit.com.

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