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Author and motivational speaker Steve Gilliland will deliver the keynote presentation at this year’s National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Summit.
NAPT said in an announcement that Gilliland will supply “motivation with a side of humor” during the event’s keynote session. The Summit will be held Nov. 8-11 in Kansas City, Mo.
Gilliland can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s “Laugh USA” and “Blue Collar Radio.” He is a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame.
According to an announcement for the keynote presentation, “Steve shows audiences how to open doors to success in their careers, their relationships and their lives.”
NAPT said that Gilliland’s session will provide “a blueprint for getting the most out of life. NAPT Summit delegates will enjoy a hilarious and brilliantly conceived keynote that will cause you to examine where you are personally and professionally.”
For more information on the NAPT Summit and to register, go here.
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