Regional Leadership Roundtable

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Regional Leadership Roundtable

The Regional Groups Subcommittee of NBAA’s Access Committee is hosting the 2nd Annual Regional Leadership Roundtable.

The event offers regional group leaders the opportunity to share best practices with their peers and provide valuable tools, resources, and takeaways that attendees can bring back to their respective groups. Last year’s inaugural Regional Leadership Roundtable had 30 attendees representing over 20 regional business aviation organizations from around the country.

This year’s event will be held following the Partnership for Corporate Aviation Training (PCAT) Annual Safety Smackdown at the Valero Energy Aviation Department, 1000 Skyplace Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78216. Separate registration is required for that event. Attendance at the PCAT Smackdown wrap-up casino night event is complimentary to Regional Leadership Roundtable attendees.

Note: Attendance for this event is limited to current regional group leaders and those in the process of starting a new regional business aviation organization.

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Regional Business Aviation Leaders to Meet Next Month in San Antonio
May 5, 2014
Leaders from business aviation groups across the country will meet at NBAA's second annual Regional Leadership Roundtable, set for June 5 in San Antonio, TX. "The objective of the roundtable is to connect the dots between aviation groups all over the country," said NBAA Access Committee Vice Chairman Don Hitch, whose group sponsors the Regional Leadership Roundtable. "They can share information on how to deal with their own challenges and, we think, learn very important lessons from each other." Listen to this week's NBAA Flight Plan podcast for more on the Regional Leadership Roundtable.

For More Information

For more information, contact NBAA's Kristi Ivey at kivey@nbaa.org.

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