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Who's Exhibiting at NBAA2012? Companies Just Like Yours
Held from October 30 through November 1, 2012, at the Orange County Convention Center, the NBAA 65th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2012) provides one of the most efficient ways for companies to make the most of their marketing dollars in a challenging economic climate. Exhibitors meet face-to-face with colleagues and customers to cultivate existing relationships and build new ones – all in one place, saving them time and money. In the following Exhibitor profiles, representatives of NBAA Member Companies explain in their own words why NBAA2012 remained a must-have on their calendar this year.
SureFlight Aircraft Completions, a Coastville, PA-based company, finds NBAA's Convention the perfect venue to meet with prospects in one convenient location. Learn more.
This is Hudson, MI, based Aerospace Service & Products, Inc. (ASAP) fourth time exhibiting at NBAA's Convention. "We're here just to be part of the community." Read more.
For Global Air Charters, based at Teterboro Airport, NBAA2012 offers an unparalleled opportunity to market their company and, hopefully, generate new business. Read more.
SkyVector, a Seattle, WA company came to the Convention to meet new licensing partners, new advertisers and FBOs to expand its airport directory. Read more.
(ASAI) is a family-owned company in Bellingham, WA that has attended NBAA’s Convention several times before, but is exhibiting for the first time. Read more.
Pelesys is a software developer exhibiting at NBAA’s Convention for the second time. Last year in Las Vegas, the company made its first contacts with corporate flight departments. This year they’re looking forward to meeting new customers. Learn more.
Skycharter Limited isa boutique FBO on Toronto’s Pearson International Airport (CYYZ) and the oldest FBO on the field. Skycharter exhibited at NBAA’s Convention for the first time last year, in Las Vegas. Read more.
Aerox is a family-owned company from southern Maine that has been manufacturing aircraft oxygen systems for over 20 years. Aerox supplies oxygen systems from beginning-to-end, and they have exhibited at NBAA’s Convention several times. Read more.
TIMET has exhibited at NBAA Conventions for at least five years. This is an extraordinarily important show for then because not only do they get to meet new customers, they can also foster relationships with existing customers. Learn more.
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