Press Release Summary:
Bearing Specialists Association (BSA), international service and educational organization of distributors representing almost 100 companies distributing ball-, roller-, and anti-friction bearings and invited manufacturers of bearings and related products, announces convention on Marco Island, FL. Convention will include speeches from Ken Mayland, president of ClearView Economics, Eric Chester, and Walter Bond.
Original Press Release:
BSA Offers Three Great Reasons to Attend 2007 Annual Convention
Glen Ellyn, IL--The Bearing Specialists Association (BSA) offers three great reasons to attend its 2007 Annual Convention May 4-8 at the Marriott Marco Island Resort, Golf Club and Spa, Marco Island, Florida: Ken Mayland, Eric Chester and Walter Bond.
1. Award-winning, economic forecaster Ken Mayland, president of ClearView Economics, is one of the best in the business and BSA has invited him to present an update on the "State of the Economy."
2. Eric Chester, who coined the term :Generation Why," offers a knowledgeable and potentially profitable introduction to the next generation of employees, the 68 million Americans born between 1980 and 1994 who are becoming an increasingly larger factor in your workforce.
3. Walter Bond traveled an improbable road to become the first-ever rookie agent to launch his NBA career as a starter on 0pening night. He went on to play in 153 games and score a total of 873 points. BSA has invited him to share his motivational message.
The Annual Convention also offers Conference Tables, unparalleled networking and more. An international service and educational organization of distributors representing a total of almost 100 companies distributing factory-warranted ball-, roller-, and anti-friction bearings and invited manufacturers of bearings and related products, the association's mission says, "BSA is the forum to enhance networking and knowledge sharing and promote the sale of bearings through authorized distributors." For more information on BSA or the 2007 Annual Convention, contact the BSA office at (630) 858-3838; fax (630) 790-3095; email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the association website at www.bsahome.org.