Millennial Meet Up: Fast 40 Roundtable At LCT Show

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 5, 2018

The networking event was a hit with operators of all ages.
The networking event was a hit with operators of all ages.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — There are some operators everyone has heard of…and for good reason. They have worked hard to get where they are today. But at one point in time, they were spunky 25 year olds looking to make their mark on the world and a name for themselves. The Fast 40 Roundtable, held Tuesday, March 13 from 5 p.m. to 5:55 p.m. at the International LCT Show at Mandalay Bay, will give you the opportunity to meet and chat with the successful industry leaders, company owners, and executives of tomorrow.

Operators will sit together at tables and discuss these questions:

  • How will your company attract the Millennials of today who will become the CEOs of tomorrow?
  • What piece of technology is your company using that other operators might
    LCT associate editor Lexi Tucker will moderate
    LCT associate editor Lexi Tucker will moderate
    not know about?
  • What struggles are you facing as a younger operator and what are you doing to combat them?
  • Where have you had the most luck in finding quality chauffeurs?Should Uber really be our biggest fear?
  • What disrupters should the industry be on the lookout for in five years? 10?

The groups will rotate every 10 minutes, giving you the opportunity to meet many people in just under an hour. LCT assistant editor Lexi Tucker will be moderating the get together while looking for new faces to interview and include in the magazine.

Related Topics: casinos, hotels, industry education, Las Vegas, LCT Show, LCTFast40, Lexi Tucker, Mandalay Bay, Millennials, National Limousine Association, networking, NLA

Lexi Tucker Associate Editor
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