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Belt Corporation of America Attends 2014 PTDA Industry Summit

The magical Orlando, FL is the backdrop for this year’s PTDA Industry Summit—a conference that gathers industry-leading professionals from across the country to share information and visualize future achievements. Belt Corporation of America is proud to be represented at the Summit along with so many like-minded industrial specialists.

PTDA and the Industry Summit

logo_(2)The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) is the principal group that acts as a conduit for companies that supply the power transmission and motion control industry. PTDA’s membership is comprised of highly successful firms that collectively generate $16 billion from their services. PTDA utilizes the expertise of its members to create positive networking opportunities annually—like the Industry Summit.

PTDA’s Industry Summit will bring together over 500 delegates from 240 different companies to participate in unique, cross-channel networking. The theme of the summit is “imagine,” which fits the occasion perfectly—the professionals in attendance are forward thinkers in the industry who visualize success before making it a reality.

Spanning four days (Oct. 22-25), the Industry Summit will feature to keynote speakers and offer several educational workshops.

Keynote Speakers include: Mike Ditka, a NFL Hall of Famer and motivational speaker, and Alan Beaulieu, the Senior Economic Advisor to the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributers (NAW).

Workshop topics include the role of social media and mobile marketing for businesses, hot to provide extraordinary customer service and more.

Where to Find Us

The PTDA Industry Summit is being held at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Hotel, located at 14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane. We hope to see you in sunny Florida!



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