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2005 National Vehicle Leasing Association Holds Annual Conference

May 31, 2005

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL — The 2005 National Vehicle Leasing Association (NVLA) annual conference was held May 18-21, 2005 at the Wyndham Palace Hotel in Lake Buena Vista.Attendees from all segments of the vehicle leasing industry met to determine effective ways to interact and improve the future of vehicle leasing. DaimlerChrysler, Ford, and General Motors all made their 2006 Fleet Product and Program presentations during breakfast general sessions. Product information and NVLA member programs were announced during these three sessions. Details of the newly launched NVLA online educational program, Certified Vehicle Leasing Administrator (CVLA) were announced and demonstrated during the conference. CVLA education training and certification testing is now available online at www.nvla.org/, under the education tab, to any individual who wants to acquire state of the art training specific to the vehicle leasing industry.NVLA Conference attendees achieved a milestone to benefit their chosen charity, Make A Wish Foundation of Orlando. Funds in excess of $10,000 were raised during the conference through donations and an auction, which will grant the wishes of chronically ill children from the Orlando Area.
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