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NAPT announces annual conference and trade show details

Posted on June 9, 2008

ALBANY, N.Y. — Details have been released about the 34th Annual NAPT Conference and Trade Show, to be held in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Oct. 26-30.

Attendees will have an opportunity to listen to professional and motivational speakers during the five-day event, including Dr. Cal LeMon, president of Executive Enrichment Inc., and Jon Gordon, author and human performance consultant.

The conference will also include over 50 workshops on topics such as alternative fuels, transporting students with special needs, management, bullying prevention and internal auditing.

The trade show will feature products from over 140 manufacturers and suppliers.

For more information, visit the NAPT Website at www.napt.org.

 

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