Press Release Summary:
TIA announced that the complete 2010 OTR Conference schedule has been posted on their website and reiterated that both the early conference registration deadline, January 13, and hotel registration deadline, January 18, are approaching. Taking place February 17-20 in Tucson, AZ, this 3-day event include sessions on topics including global look at OTR industry, daily safety tips, and succession planning. Other events include mine tour and demonstration by Caterpillar.
Original Press Release:
TIA 2010 OTR Conference Schedule Set; Early Conference & Hotel Registration Deadlines Rapidly Approaching
Bowie, MD - The Tire Industry Association (TIA), one of the world's leading authorities on tires and wheels, today announced that the complete schedule for the 2010 OTR Conference has been posted on their Web site and reiterated that both the early conference registration deadline (January 13) and hotel registration deadline (January 18) are rapidly approaching. Interested attendees can view the schedule and register by visiting the "Events" section of TIA's Web site (www.tireindustry.org), or by calling 800.876.8372, ext. 104.
The 2010 OTR Conference will take place February 17 - 20, 2010 at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa in Tucson, AZ. Highlights of the three-day event include sessions on topics including a global look at the OTR industry, daily safety tips and succession planning, in addition to a mine tour and demonstration by Caterpillar, receptions, and more.
"For anyone who is involved in the OTR tire industry, the 2010 OTR Conference is the 'must-attend' event, as it provides a thorough look at all aspects of this market segment," said TIA Executive Vice President Roy Littlefield. "Attendees will have a leg up on the competition, because this event provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest trends in the OTR tire industry, in addition to the tremendous networking and business opportunities."
TIA is an international association representing all segments of the tire industry, including those that manufacture, repair, recycle, sell, service or use new or retreaded tires, and also those suppliers or individuals who furnish equipment, material or services to the industry. The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has a history that spans more than 80 years and includes several name changes. Originally known as the National Tire Dealers & Retreaders Association (NTDRA), the organization gave birth over the years to the American Retreaders Association (ARA) and the Tire Association of North America (TANA). ARA changed its name to the International Tire & Rubber Association (ITRA) and merged with TANA in 2002 to form the current Tire Industry Association (TIA), which now represents every interest in the tire industry.