Acclaimed keynote speaker on tap for Kansas City conference

Posted on June 1, 2006

If Nov. 5-9, 2006, is empty on your calendar, grab a pen or pencil and fill it in now.

In case you didn’t already know, those are the dates of the 32nd Annual National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Conference and Trade Show, which will take place in Kansas City, Mo., this time around.

In addition to providing an optimal networking experience among pupil transportation industry professionals, this year’s show features 11 new courses from the NAPT Professional Development Series. To expand your knowledge base and to continue honing managerial skills, a number of other sessions, seminars and presentations will also be offered.

Phenomenal keynote speaker Bill Butterworth, whose wit and wisdom continues to inspire audiences across the nation, will also entertain you. This former teacher and counselor has authored more than a dozen books on subjects ranging from business to psychology. Butterworth, who has won a Hal Holbrook Award, has captivated corporate audiences around the country including: American Express, DaimlerChrysler, Walt Disney Corp., Ford Motor Co. and the National Football League.

The trade show is another highlight, offering the opportunity to experience the newest products and services demonstrated by more than 100 industry exhibitors.

For more information about the NAPT event, which will be held at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown, call (800) 989-NAPT or visit

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