LONDON, Ont. – The deadline to register for the next Driving for Profit seminar is just one week away.
The event, be held at the Capitol Banquet Centre in Mississauga, Ont., Nov. 8., will feature former Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) chairman Ray Haight as Master of Ceremonies.
Guest speakers at the event will include David Bradley, president and CEO of the Ontario Trucking Association, and Chris Burruss, president of the TCA. Their session will focus on the future of the trucking industry in both Canada and the US. Truck News editorial director Lou Smyrlis will moderate the session.
Gary Salisbury, president and CEO of Arkansas-based Fikes Truck Line, will be speaking at the event’s “How we did it” session. The session will highlight how Fikes has grown from an 11-truck company to a $70+ million transportation firm under Salisbury’s leadership. Salisbury will also offer recruiting and retention tips using examples from some of Fikes’ own cutting-edge programs.
“The Driving for Profit team is thrilled to have these gentlemen attend and speak at our next event. They are leaders in the industry and we are confident they will provide the audience with ideas they can take back to their own companies,” said Aaron Lindsay, partner in the Driving for Profit seminar series.
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