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Trade Shows 2013: Cut Merchant Fees

Posted by: In: Uncategorized 26 Sep 2013 Comments: 0 Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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Cut Merchant Fees is always looking for new places to network and promote our friendly, technology-based brand image.  Coming up at the end of this year, Cut Merchant Fees will visit a handful of different trade shows that we regularly attend, and some new ones that we are excited to be at for the first time.  We will be setting up a booth at three (for now) different shows in October and November.  We have not yet decided on a few new shows, but we are always open to meeting new and exciting people to expand our network and develop trusting relationships.  The following three shows are specific to the limousine industry, as this is where we have a significant presence.  We will be there to exhibit our credit card payment solutions and merchant services specific to the industry and meet new and old friends.

The first show on our tour list is the LCT East Show in Atlantic City at the Trump Taj Mahal from October 26th to the 29th.  This next generation LCT East Show will offer the limousine industry a complete marketplace, networking forum, and educational sessions ideal for limousine operators nationwide and based on the east coast.  This is one of those “don’t miss this one” shows that we are ecstatic to attend, yet again.

The next show will also be held at the beautiful Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on November 3rd through the 6th, but this time Chauffeur Driven will be our host.  Chauffeur Driven is advertising this as the “must-attend event of the fall”.  This will be a similar show to the LCT East Show as it is directed towards the limousine and transportation industry.  This show will feature an innovative educational program packed with real-world take-home value, unparalleled networking opportunities, and ground-breaking sessions.  All of the industry’s top manufacturers, dealers, and suppliers will be in attendance.  This will be an inclusive environment that fosters an overall feeling of industry camaraderie.  Chauffeur Driven always delivers with an excellent show and we are proud to be in attendance for another year.

The third event on our list is the 2013 SEMA Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Las Vegas Convention Center.  This is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world.  It attracts all of the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place.  This show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities, and more.  This is another show that we frequently display our exhibit at.  Needless to say, we are eager to board the plane that takes us to McCarron International Airport for this event.

This is the roundup of the three shows that Cut Merchant Fees will be in attendance at.  Again, we are always in the market for new venues that we can expand and grow our brand awareness.  These three shows are staples to our yearly tour list because we find it to be essential to stay tuned in to what the limousine and transportation industry is dealing with, what changes are coming, and what exciting new developments have impacted our merchants.  Keeping a pulse on the industry is the best way for us to attend to the needs of our clients and partners.  We also enjoy catching up with old friends who attend these shows!

If anyone would like to inform us of any great shows that we need to be a part of, please feel free to send us message at marketing@centurybizsolutions.com with the details of the show.  Again, we are always interested to hear about exciting new ways to connect with our merchants and stay current on the verticals that we are a part of.

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