Sat, Jul 16, 2005
NBAA Chief Bolen On Hand For EAA Airventure
The NBAA says its president and CEO,
Ed Bolen, will greet NBAA Members, and all attendees, at the NBAA
hospitality tent on site at this year's EAA Airventure Oshkosh
Fly-In. The blue-and-white NBAA tent will be located across from
the NASA Building; Bolen will be present on July 28.
"NBAA is always excited to take part in this extraordinary
aviation event, where some of the latest technologies and some of
the world's greatest aircraft are on display," Bolen said. "I look
forward to meeting with fellow aviation enthusiasts and viewing the
aircraft and exhibits."
At the NBAA tent, Oshkosh attendees also will have a means to
communicate with their members of Congress about the priorities of
the aviation community. An Internet-linked computer kiosk will be
located at the tent, and NBAA staff will be available to
demonstrate the use of the NBAA's "Contact Congress" resource, a
quick-and-easy, online way for members of the aviation community to
express their views to their federal representatives.
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