Management

Joe Piscopo to kick off 2014 Zonar conference

Posted on December 5, 2013

SEATTLE — Zonar’s 2014 fleet management conference, THE ZONE, will feature a special guest: entertainer Joe Piscopo.

THE ZONE will be held April 22 to 24 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. Piscopo will kick off the event during the opening night dinner on April 22.    

Piscopo’s 25-year career has included work on television, in film and theater, and in nightclubs. He starred on “Saturday Night Live” from 1980 to 1984, and his film credits include "Dead Heat," "Sidekicks,” "Two Bits & Pepper," "Demolition Day" and "Bartleby."

“THE ZONE 2014 provides numerous opportunities for networking, professional development and learning,” said Chris Oliver, chief marketing officer at Zonar. “With an exciting lineup of transportation topics and speakers, THE ZONE 2014 offers a wealth of fleet management knowledge to help fleets improve operations immediately.”

THE ZONE will include more than 50 educational sessions and numerous training opportunities. With distinguished transportation experts, fleet professionals, industry suppliers and Zonar trainers, the conference is designed to help attendees gain valuable insights into their operations and ways to improve efficiency.

Session topics will include the latest trends in fleet management, impending transportation regulations, operational safety, driver fatigue, fuel efficiency and management best practices.

Registration for THE ZONE 2014 is now open. Learn more and register at www.zonarsystems.com/thezone2014.


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