Operations

5 Reasons You Should Apply For A People’s Choice Award

Lexi Tucker
Posted on August 2, 2017

The annual LCT People's Choice Awards, recognizing operators for good industry deeds, are only three months away, and it's peak time to enter. We'll help you along with five top reasons to nominate yourself or a fellow operator:

1. There’s no charge to attend the People’s Choice Awards — attendance is taken care of if you purchase a full show pass. Cocktails and small bites will be provided.

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2. It’ll be one more accolade to include in your marketing promotions to current and future clients.

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3. You can nominate not only yourself, but also any operator you are close to and know has impacted the industry or their community.

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4. Winning operators will receive a framed certificate and coverage in the post-show issue of LCT Magazine. You'll get star-level publicity idea for marketing your brand and promoting a positive business image.

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5. Let’s be real…wouldn’t you much rather be on stage than sitting and clapping in the audience?

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You only have until Oct. 10, 2017 to get your entries in. There’s no reason to wait until the last minute…it takes very little time.

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