For Immediate Release
February 14, 2005
For Information Contact:
Gary Petty, NPTC
NPTC 2005 Annual Conference Set April 24-26 in Pittsburgh
NPTC 2005: Bridges to Excellence
Annual Conference in Pittsburgh April 24 – 26
Alexandria, VA – The National Private Truck Council (NPTC) will hold its Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition in Pittsburgh, April 24 – 26, at the Westin Hotel and David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
NPTC 2005 will feature two well-known speakers. Ross Shafer, six-time Emmy Award winning comedian, TV producer and motivator, will be the keynote speaker at the Kick-Off Brunch on Sunday, April 24. On Tuesday morning, April 26, famous quarterback, 17-year NFL veteran and noted commentator/analyst, Ron Jaworski, will address the conference.
NPTC 2005 will offer over 20 educational workshops presented by experts and leaders in their respective fields. Five educational tracks, Safety and Compliance, Equipment and Maintenance, Finance, Human Resources/Professional Development and Operations, will be included with an emphasis on safety related issues. A three-part series on Accident Investigation will highlight the safety track.
A state-of-the-art exhibition featuring the latest and most innovative products of some 100 companies is another component of NPTC 2005. Other âunique to NPTCâ activities will include the Driver Hall of Fame Induction, CTP Graduation, Women in Transportation Networking Reception and graphic and safety award ceremonies recognizing the leaders of the private fleet community.
For additional information on NPTC 2005, please visit our website, www.nptc.org.
NPTC is the only national trade association exclusively representing the interests of corporate and business truck fleet managers. Through NPTC, both fleet and allied members come together to share information that enables them to meet the demands of changing business, safety and regulatory issues as well as competitive challenges. NPTC and its members are working together to shape the future of the private fleet industry.