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NAPT calls for presentations for 2008 conference

Posted on February 1, 2008

Do you have a better way of doing things that has worked well for you? Are you willing to help others achieve the same optimal results? If so, then NAPT wants to feature you at the showcase event in pupil transportation.

For a limited time, NAPT is accepting workshop and/or demonstration proposals for its 34th Annual Conference & Trade Show, to be held Oct. 26-30, 2008, in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Selected speakers and topics will be featured alongside nationally recognized, professional speakers at an event that attracts nearly 2,000 school transportation professionals from around the world.

Interested parties are invited to submit a topic for presentation as a “case study.” Proposals should feature practical information and advice, although proposals can also be based on formal papers or research. All proposals must be specifically tailored to meet the administrative or operational needs of pupil transportation professionals.

Proposals must be received at NAPT headquarters no later than April 1. Invitations to present at the conference will be extended by mid-July.

Visit www.napt.org or call (800) 989-6278 for more information.

 

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