ARSA’s Legislative Day and Annual Repair Symposium provide direct, positive engagement with lawmakers, regulators, customers and colleagues.
It does not happen without financial support. Is the congressional directory useful? Thank Aircraft Electric Motors. Glad you can start with a good breakfast? Columbia Helicopters filled your plate.
In addition to AEM and Columbia, the following companies have committed to supporting the value-added gathering for 2016:
Component Repair Technologies, Inc.
Moog Inc. Aircraft Group
NATA Compliance Services
Penton Aviation Week Network
Present your business to the most dedicated members of the maintenance community, by investing in its future. Register for the symposium and join the sponsor list.
Have questions? Contact Caroline Kneip to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.
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