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TIA Opens Registration for 2017 OTR Conference

Posted on July 27, 2016

Registration is open for the Tire Industry Association's (TIA) 2017 Off-the-Road Tire Conference, to be held Feb. 15-18 at Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu, Hawaii.

The OTR Conference will offer educational sessions, networking functions featuring sponsored tabletop displays, and a number of leisure program options including golf at Turtle Bay Palmer Course, an ATV adventure, a visit to Ka’a’awa Valley known as Hollywood’s “Hawaii Backlot”, a catamaran tour of Kaneohe Bay or a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center.

Delegate registration fee includes all scheduled events and meal functions, excluding leisure activities and is $425 for TIA members and $725 for non-members. Delegates must complete conference registration with payment in order to receive the hotel reservation link to secure lodging at Turtle Bay Resort. Registration forms are available at www.tireindustry.org.

Related Topics: Off-the-road tires, TIA, TIA OTR Conference

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