People's Choice Gold Star Award Could Put You In Spotlight

Lexi Tucker
Posted on September 26, 2018
There are probably this many gold stars out there in the industry, but we can only pick one a year. (Photo: Pexels)

There are probably this many gold stars out there in the industry, but we can only pick one a year. (Photo: Pexels)

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Think deeply for a moment: Do you know an operator who has gone beyond the call of duty in the spirit of service, acts of kindness, and good will? Then you need to nominate them for an LCT People's Choice Award...particularly the Gold Star Award.

This can be someone who has helped out during a tragedy, donated their time to help a fellow operator as a mentor, or lead fundraising efforts for a good cause.

So the question remains...who deserves the title this year?


While you're there, why not nominate another operator in one of the remaining categories? These include:

Entrepreneur of the Year: An operator who has shown a unique pursuit of business, developed a product or concept, and/or found ways to expand operations.

Leadership Award: An operator who has influenced others to accomplish an objective or goal which resulted in positive effects on the organization.

Innovation Award: An operator who has shown advanced knowledge and use of social media, mobile apps, tech amenities, and/or tech-based fleet management, or who has started a technology venture.

Carla Boroday Humanitarian Award: Named after the late Florida operator, industry association leader, and activist Carla Boroday, this award recognizes a person who has been creative and consistent in supporting a charity to improve quality of life or support a worthwhile cause.

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