Driving for Profit event to feature OTA outlook, legal matters

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CALEDONIA, Ont. — The last instalment of the Driving for Profit seminar series for 2010 is coming to Mississauga Nov. 9.

Ontario Trucking Association president David Bradley will kick off the event by sharing his opinion on current hot topics and trends in the industry.

Truck News editorial director Lou Smyrlis will be hosting a panel discussion on legal aspects of the industry, featuring three lawyers who specialize in transportation.

Smyrlis will also act as interviewer for a new Driving for Profit feature called “How I Did It,” where he will sit down with the owner of a company in the industry to discuss a firsthand account of the triumphs, trials, and tribulations in the making of a successful operation. Brian Taylor, president of Liberty Linehaul, will be the first profiled in this series.

The registration and a continental breakfast for the event, held at the Capital Banquet Centre on Dixie Road, gets underway at 8 a.m. with the seminars commencing at 9 a.m. The cost to attend is $85 and marketing tables are available for $500.

For more information or to register, visit www.drivingforprofit.com.

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