Fri, Sep 21, 2007
Keep Those Cards And Letters Coming!
Helicopter Association International
reminds ANN readers the deadline for its "Salute to Excellence"
nominations is only 10 days away. These awards recognize all
winners during Heli-Expo 2008 in Houston, TX.
Every year HAI presents 13 "Salute to Excellence" awards
recognizing the outstanding achievement and contributions companies
and individuals have made to advance the international helicopter
HAI encourages both members and nonmembers to submit a
nomination form. By acknowledging the exceptional merit of an
individual or organization, HAI’s "Salute to Excellence"
celebration encourages continued achievement in attaining the
highest standards of professionalism in the helicopter
Interested parties may download a submission form on the HAI
website. Nominations may be submitted through the site, or can be
mailed to Helicopter Association International, 1635 Prince Street,
Alexandria, Virginia 22314-2818, or faxed to 703-683-4745.
HAI requires all nominees to acknowledge in writing that they
are aware of their nomination, and if selected, that they would be
willing to share biographical information and photos with HAI, as
well as accept the award in person at the "Salute to Excellence"
All nominations for the 2007 awards must be received by
Wednesday, October 3, 2007.
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