NAFA bringing 2014 Institute & Expo to Minneapolis

NAFA Fleet Management is now accepting online registration for its 2014 Institute & Expo. The four-day event will be held April 8-11, 2014, in Minneapolis, MN.

More than 250 exhibitors will be on hand displaying the latest products and services.

“NAFA is excited to bring our annual conference to Minneapolis,” said NAFA’s Executive Director Phillip E. Russo, CAE.  “The city is easy to get to from anywhere in North America with flights from most of the United States currently available for under $300.  In fact, Sun Country Airlines, which is headquartered in Minneapolis, offers great rates in places like New York, California, Texas, Washington, Illinois, Florida, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C., and Arizona.”

 Some of the highlights for 2014 include the return of the Fleet Excellence Awards Opening Night Party; new networking opportunities including a “Happy Hour” scheduled for the final hour of the Expo Floor with complimentary beer and wine, prize drawings, and other attractions; an Alt-Fuels Drive Experience at the GE Test Track (limited availability, advance registration required);prominent keynote presentations by two international bestselling authors and leadership experts (Simon Sinek and Peter Sheahan); an opening day Chapter Recognition Luncheon; and the continuation of the Tuesday through Friday pattern that worked so well in 2013.

Early-bird registration is just $499 for NAFA/NCSFA members or affiliates; $569 for NAFA/NCSFA corporate colleagues; and $779 for non-member fleet managers or service providers.  In addition to the complete 4-day all access pass (which includes 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, daily coffee/refreshment breaks, awards party, and expo reception), fleet managers may also register for 1 and 2 day all access packages and can attend one day of the expo for free.  The early-bird rates end on December 31, 2013.

For more information on the conference or to register online visit  Companies interested in exhibiting can find complete exhibitor information at

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