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The Composite Can and Tube Institute (CCTI) is pleased to announce that its’ 2012 Annual Meeting will be held in Nashville, TN, Friday, June 8 through Saturday, June 10 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. This meeting is open to all industry manufacturers and suppliers.
Highlights of the program include: A Table Top Trade Show scheduled for June 9. This trade show is open to ALL industry suppliers, members and nonmembers, and will give you the opportunity to promote new trends and products to your customers. Space is limited, so interested suppliers should contact CCTI as soon as possible.
General sessions include speakers such as Mark Wilde, Managing Director for Deutsche Bank Securities, who will share his outlook on the consolidation of the containerboard industry, European exports, and other emerging market issues; Republican lobbyist and consultant, Wayne Valis will discuss the upcoming 2012 election and its impact; and Kerry Bunker, Management & HR Consultant, will discuss the qualities and processes of good leaders and the systems that are needed to support their abilities to lead and generate change.
Other special events include CCTI’s golf tournament, a night at the Wildhorse Saloon (good food and entertainment) and various afternoon tours of the Nashville area. To attend this meeting or get more information, please contact CCTI at 703-823-7234.
The Composite Can and Tube Institute is a nonprofit, international trade association representing manufacturers of paperboard cans, tubes, cores, fibre drums and related items, as well as suppliers to those manufacturers. To download registration forms for this meeting please visit CCTI’s Web site at http://www.cctiwdc.org. If you have any questions about this meeting or membership in the association, please contact CCTI at 703-823-7234, by fax at 703-823-7237 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.