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Jay Leno Headlining ARI's NAFA Presentations

April 13, 2018- Press Release

ARI has prepared several presentations for the annual NAFA Institute & Expo held April 24-27 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., with its main event a headlined presentation from comedian Jay Leno.

The fleet management company has prepared four educational sessions on topics important to fleet professionals. ARI’s team of experts will offer insight on some of today’s most critical fleet management challenges during four educational sessions. This includes panel discussions on key areas of potential cost savings and efficiency gains; several challenges specific to public sector fleets; integrated supply chain strategies to control fleet costs; and disruptions poised to alter the landscape of fleet management and the automotive industry as a whole.

There will also be an ARI sponsored keynote address featuring motivational speaker Jody Urquhart, the FMC said. During the keynote, Urquhart will challenge attendees to break free from their comfort zone to navigate the future with a sense of urgency and vitality.

ARI’s NAFA lineup will culminate Thursday evening with its main event, the Garage Party featuring comedian and iconic late night host Leno. Leno will entertain guests amidst more than 40 professionally restored classic American cars at the Highway 39 Event Center.

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