NCTDA Lines Up Speakers and Topics for 2020 Expo

Posted on February 26, 2020

The North Carolina Tire Dealers Association (NCTDA) is holding its 2020 expo event March 20-21 in Raleigh, N.C.

NCTDA President Frankie Pugh says the event will be packed with value and excitement. “We are concentrating our efforts on providing profit opportunities to small businesses and their teams, in addition to promoting safety, education and professionalism.”

He adds the tradeshow will be a “great shopping experience” for attendees.

Leadership consultant and military leader Jimmy Blackmon is the event’s keynote speaker. Blackmon, who has led high-risk missions all over the world in his 30-year military career, will address attendees on Friday evening, March 20.

A breakfast presentation on March 21 will be given by John Davis, a North Carolina political strategist, who will discuss how events in the political arena can affect small businesses.

The business sessions will be led by the following experts.

  • Amanda Tafua of Podium Corp. Inc. – Better Quality and Efficient Business Communications
  • Tyson Boyer of Dill Air Controls Products LLC – Are You Winning or Losing in TPMS?
  • Chris Cloutier of – Adopting Technology in Your Operations
  • Dave Fox of Hunter Engineering Co. – Servicing Vehicles With Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Saturday afternoon will feature a vendor tradeshow.

To register, visit

Related Topics: Frankie Pugh, NCTDA, North Carolina Tire Dealers Association, trade shows

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