DAYTONA BEACH, FL - NAFA's Sunshine State Chapter and the Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators (FLAGFA) announced they will combine resources to present a conference for fleet managers September 15-17, 2010 at the Plaza Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach, Fla.
The conference features quality educational sessions; a forum featuring manufacturers from both the automotive and heavy-duty truck industry; a presentation on NAFA's newly updated Life Cycle Cost Analysis publication by NAFA's Secretary, Ruth Alfson, CAFM; and a CAFM/CAFS certification examination. The conference also includes an expo floor with over 75 exhibitors and excellent networking opportunities.
"This will be the fourth year that the NAFA Sunshine State Chapter and FLAGFA have combined for this fall conference and it continues to get bigger and better each year," said William G. Massey, CFM/CAFM, fleet operations manager for the City of Gainesville, Fla., and former president of FLAGFA and current vice chair of NAFA's Sunshine State Chapter. "It promises to be a value packed event to include a day and a half of exceptional educational curriculum, an outstanding vendor exhibition, and your largest source of fleet networking in Florida."
Other conference highlights include an automobile manufacturer's forum featuring representatives from Chrysler, Ford, GM, and Toyota; ACD Maintenance by Craig Weerts, regional truck manager, Cummins Power South; Analyzing Risk in a Fleet Maintenance Shop by Jim Smith, managing director, Florida Region, Risk Control, and Arthur J. Gallagher, Risk Management Services, Inc.; vendor exhibition; heavy duty truck manufacturer's forum, featuring representatives from Ford, Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, and Peterbilt; technical forum; general business meeting; and general membership meeting.
Conference registration is $50. For more information visit the NAFA Web site.