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Women Of The Industry Attend Show Luncheon In Droves

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 26, 2019

(l to r) Christina Zanone, Tammy Carlisle, Sara Eastwood-Richardson, and Kristen Carol got the party started with some inspiring words.

(l to r) Christina Zanone, Tammy Carlisle, Sara Eastwood-Richardson, and Kristen Carol got the party started with some inspiring words.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — On Sunday March 24, there was a line to get into the LCT's Women of the Industry luncheon...and that's a good thing. Ladies were crossed off a list four pages long to get inside, and even those on the waitlist made it into the RSVP only event.

While a lunch consisting of chicken and barley soup, a trio of shrimp, beef, and chicken salad, and creme brulee was served, event sponsors Action Worldwide Chauffeured Services, Beau Wine Tours, The LMC Group, and SC Express Chauffeured Transportation were thanked for their generous support of such a vital part of the industry.

A packed room full of strong, smart business leaders.

A packed room full of strong, smart business leaders.

Company representatives Tammy Carlisle, Christina Zanone, Kristin Carol, and LCT's Publisher Sara Eastwood-Richardson all gave small speeches to discuss the importance of remaining united and offering support for one another in a predominantly male-dominated industry. 

Women from all over the world were represented, including France, England, Ireland, and more.

Ever since the creation of the LCT's Women of the Industry Facebook page that spawned from the event last year, ladies of luxury transportation services have been collaborating to answer each other's questions and share advice after the event. 

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