Take Your Last Shot To Apply For Industry OOY Awards

Lexi Tucker
Posted on January 16, 2019
Laura and Jeff Canady were winners last year...will you follow their footsteps onto the stage?
Laura and Jeff Canady were winners last year...will you follow their footsteps onto the stage?

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — If you've already got your application in for the Operator of the Year awards, good on you! Way to be ahead of the curve. If you haven't — don't panic — you only have nine days left to get it in.

That means nine days to write, edit, and double-check every piece of information you're sending in.

Don't take this lightly...give it your all and the worst that can happen is you apply again next year with new information and stronger supporting documents.

This year's deadline is Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT.

Pick your category, and get started now before it's too late:

  • Operator of the Year 1-10 Vehicles
  • Operator of the Year 11-30 Vehicles
  • Operator of the Year 31-50 Vehicles
  • Operator of the Year 51+ Vehicles
  • Motorcoach Operator of the Year
  • Global Operator of the Year


A panel of judges will screen and judge finalists in each category. Winners will be announced at the annual LCT Awards Celebration on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 during the International LCT Show at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

Those who win enjoy a boost to their brand marketing, a raised industry profile, newfound respect from colleagues, more affiliate business, and exposure in LCT Magazine.

Related Topics: honors and awards, ILCT 2019, Las Vegas, limo tradeshows, Mandalay Bay, operator achievements, Operator of the Year Awards

Lexi Tucker Associate Editor
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