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2007 NCSFA Conference to Be Held Sept. 10-14 in Hershey

April 25, 2007

HERSHEY, PA – The 2007 NCSFA Conference — themed “Sharing Information, The Fuel for Success!” — will be held Sept. 10-14, in Hershey Pa., at the Hershey Lodge & Convention Center. The National Conference of State Fleet Administrators (NCSFA) is a non-profit organization of dedicated government fleet professionals. The goal of NCSFA is to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of its members through education and ongoing peer-to-peer networking opportunities.NCSFA’s members consist of administrators responsible for their organization’s fleet budget accountability, specification development, acquisition, leasing, repair, maintenance, and disposal. On average, each state fleet purchases about $21 million in fleet and fleet-related products annually for a combined annual purchasing power of about $1 billion in new vehicles. Collectively, the combined states own fleet assets in excess of $14 billion and circulate more than 1 million fuel credit cards.Register online at For more information, contact Steve Saltzgiver, NCSFA executive director, at [email protected] or call (801) 685-3040.

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