Society of Marketing Professionals Transportation Forum

The Los Angeles Chapter of the Society for Marketing
Professional Services (SMPS) would like to invite you to be the moderator for
our next program, focused on Transportation.  You don’t need to prepare
a presentation. Your role will be to introduce the panelists and kick-off the
Q&A session. Confirmed panelists include:

· Brett
Clavio, Project Manager, Omnitrans

· Carolina Coppolo, Manager Contract
Administration & Material Management, Orange County Transportation
Authority

· Bekele
Demissie, Business Relations Manager, Orange County Transportation
Authority

· Mike
Douchette, Chief Airport Planner, Los
Angeles World Airport

Moderator:

  • Damien Newton, LA Streetsblog

There will be a call with all the panelists and moderator a
week before the program to go over last minute details. The program will take
place on Wednesday May 19, 2010 from 11:30
A.M. to 1:30 P.M. at the Millennium Biltmore in downtown Los Angeles
.

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