The NCTA Maintenance Council is holding it’s annual Convention and Seminar at Sea Trail Golf and Convention Center in Sunset Beach, NC on October 19-21.
This year’s convention includes seminars, meetings and displays to provide timely and useful maintenance information and includes time to have fun and get better acquainted with industry personnel and suppliers. Our program will begin on Friday afternoon with our Annual Fleet Talk Seminar and Sponsor Reception and Expo. The topic of our Fleet Talk Seminar will be The Future is Now – Energy Management Today and include discussions on strategies and technologies to help you manage energy and fuel costs today and help develop your strategies for the future.
After the seminar, our Sponsor Reception and Expo will provide an opportunity to meet many of our suppliers and learn more about the products and services they offer.
On Saturday, members can enjoy golf, shooting sporting clays or an array of area activities including the NC Oyster Festival at Ocean Isle Beach or simply kick back and relax.
Other weekend business includes a board meeting and installation of Chapter Officers.
The NCTA Maintenance Council provides a forum for people to share information, promote professional maintenance practices and network with suppliers and peers in the industry.
Monthly programs are presented by suppliers, regulatory personnel and members. The programs highlight new technologies, products or processes to improve maintenance operations.
Periodic Fleet Talk and Tech Night programs are designed to provide in depth coverage of specific maintenance topics.
The annual Convention and Seminar provides an opportunity to meet and share ideas with industry suppliers and experts.
For more information about the NCTA Maintenance Council and our Annual Convention and Seminar go to www.nctamaintenance.org or go directly to our Convention Registration page.
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