NIA 2014 Committee Days Meeting Nov. 11-12 in Fort Worth
The National Insulation Association (NIA) is excited to announce that it is taking the 2014 Committee Days meeting to Fort Worth, Texas. It will be held from November 11-12, 2014 at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel. Also for the first time ever, this series of industry meetings will be open to non-members.
This is a move that NIA President David Dzina says will make the event more accessible to members, while allowing non-members to see firsthand the benefits NIA offers to the insulation industry.
“Committee Days affords the opportunity for us to develop strategies that make the industry stronger, and discuss trends, concerns, and challenges,” Mr. Dzina said. “By attending this important event, you become a part of building and shaping the industry.”
A highlight of Committee Days is the keynote address at the annual luncheon. In the past, industry and safety experts, lawmakers, and policy experts have spoken. During last year's Committee Days Luncheon, attendees enjoyed an enthusiastic speech from Representative Roger Williams (R-TX). The organization is currently in the process of selecting the keynote speaker for the 2014 event.
During Committee Days, attendees hear reports on business, industry-relevant topics, and current NIA activities from committees such as Health and Safety, Distributor/Fabricator, Technical Information, Merit Contractor, Union Contractor, and others.
This event attracts approximately 100 members each year, with 55% of attendees being contractor/distributor/fabricator/laminator members and 45% being associate members (manufacturer attendees). It is an extremely important event where NIA's members help to decide NIA's areas of focus and direction, as well as provide important feedback on the biggest issues in the industry.
Fort Worth is known as the “city of cowboys and culture,” and offers visitors numerous attractions and entertainment options suitable for a variety of tastes. Committee Days information and online registration will be available soon. Please visit NIA's website at www.insulation.org the most current information.
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