LCT Launches 'Share Your Story' Instagram Feature

Lexi Tucker
Posted on July 10, 2019
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You’re proud of your chauffeurs, office, vehicles, and cities — now it’s time to share them with the rest of the world.

At LCT, we understand and embrace the power of social media and believe the luxury transportation industry has everything that makes for amazing, flashy, professional posts that in turn make for amazing content for your brand. We want to help readers shine a light on their companies that exude what sets this business apart from TNCs: Class.

Whether you’ve just started your company, have been in the business for more years than you can count, operate in Louisiana or Luxemburg, or run a pink stretch or 58 passenger motorcoach, this is your chance to get exposure and impressions worldwide at no cost.

Participating is as simple as a few clicks. Email your photo(s) and/or short videos to [email protected], along with a caption that includes a unique fact about your company/service area and the hashtags you’d like us to add. Only high-resolution files will be accepted. There’s no deadline, and submissions will be accepted year-round.

If your photo wows our editors, you might just see it in an upcoming Instagram showcase in a print issue. Show us what you've got!

Related Topics: Instagram, LCT Magazine, Sales & Marketing, social media

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
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