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NVLA to Hold its Annual Conference June 6-9

April 4, 2007

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The National Vehicle Leasing Association (NVLA) will hold its Annual Conference Exposition and Auto Show June 6-9 at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Themed “NVLA + You: A Winning Combination,” the NVLA Conference features networking opportunities, knowledge from industry-specific workshops, seminars, general sessions, and roundtable discussions, as well as social events. This year’s event includes an address from Joan Pender, as she will present the Clemens Pender Award, a leasing industry achievement award. The Conference will kick off June 6 and continue though June 9. Numerous educational opportunities are scheduled throughout the conference, including:

Concurrent Half Day Workshops:

  • Franklin Covey Time Management.
  • Maximizing Your Presence on the Web.

    Industry Specific Roundtables, Workshops, and Seminars:

  • Selling Cars Online – Easy as 123.
  • Fraud & Compliance – Protecting Your Business.
  • Tax & Accounting Issues.
  • Deciphering Credit Reports and Fico Scores.
  • Lease Funding for Lessors.
  • Credit Union Lessors Roundtable.
  • Vehicle Reconditioning and Remarketing.
  • Legal, Legislative, Tag and Title Update 2007.
  • Medium-Duty Trucks: Spec’ing, Upfitting, Bailment Pools.
  • Consumer Lessor Roundtable.
  • Fleet Lessors Roundtable.
  • Branding Your Business Like the Big Guys.

    For more information on the NVLA Annual Conference, call (800) 225-NVLA, or visit

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