Operator Of The Year Awards To Be Held In Nightclub

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 6, 2019
Meet new people, celebrate deserving operators, and drink and be merry. (Photo: LCT File shot)

Meet new people, celebrate deserving operators, and drink and be merry. (Photo: LCT File shot)

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Have you ever attended an awards show held in the middle of a nightclub?

This is yet another exclusive experience you’ll get at this year’s International LCT Show March 24-27 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The last time LCT did it was during the 2014 Show at Hakkasan in the MGM Grand.

On Tuesday, March 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., join us as we honor the winners of the 2019 LCT/NLA Association Award of Excellence, Motorcoach Operator of the Year, Global Operator of the Year, and LCT Operators of the Year at Light nightclub. Celebrate the best operators in the industry at the ceremony, and then get down with them on the dance floor.

Your ticket includes a cocktail reception, three course plated dinner, entertainment, and the awards presentation. Tickets are sold at a first come first based basis, so don't forget to add-on your awards banquet ticket while registering for your show pass. You can do so here, or by calling (253) 983-0515.

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Related Topics: honors and awards, ILCT 2019, Mandalay Bay, networking, operator achievements, Operator of the Year Awards

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