2016 Summer Membership & Board of Directors Meeting

2016 Summer Membership Meeting
New Executive Education Session, Final Agenda

Meeting Registration Form         Hotel Reservations              Agenda        

Hotel Information Sheet              Airport & Ground Transportation Information            Roster   

Golf Registration Form               Activities Registration Form           

Don't miss out on the enhanced educational presentations from NTTC during this year's summer meeting. The Summer Membership Meeting will be held from Sunday, July 24th through Tuesday, July 26th at the the stunning Coeur d’Alene Resort. With idyllic landscape, year-round activities, and its scenic setting at the shore of one of America's most beautiful lakes, the resort is booking up quickly. To ensure you receive accommodations amid the tank truck industry's enhanced summer board meeting, reserve your room today here.  

New Executive Education. This year, NTTC has added a new educational portion to the already dynamic program. By request of the NTTC Executive Committee, this summer's meeting will kick-off our robust educational programming to the industry led by the University of Georgia entitled, "Leading for Engagement." View the agenda below for more details on this exciting event.

Agenda
Please note that this year the meeting will run Sunday – Tuesday, a slight shift from our traditional Wednesday – Friday pattern.

Hotel Reservations
For additional information, please see the hotel information sheet.The NTTC room block closes Friday, July 1, 2016. Reservations requested after July 1st will be made at the hotel’s discretion, based on availability and at the hotel’s prevailing room rate.

Roster

Airport & Ground Transportation Information

Meeting Registration Form

Golf Registration Form 

Activities Registration Form

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Megan Kmiotek, NTTC Manager of Member Services: (703) 838-8857.  We look forward to seeing you in Coeur d’Alene.

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