Utility vehicles: Jim Abbott to address the Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference
Fleet management: Former MLB pitcher will bring his inspirational message to the 2018 EUFMC.
Fleet management: No obstacle is too big to overcome for Jim Abbott. After being born with only one hand, the pursuit to making it to the major leagues did not deter him. At this year’s 65th annual Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference, through stories, anecdotes, jokes, and even some self-deprecation, Abbott will share how he overcame perceived limitations and achieved his dreams.
As the first baseball player to win the Sullivan Award as the nation's outstanding amateur athlete in 1987, Abbott went on to represent Team USA, win a silver medal at the Pan-American Games and the US Baseball Federation's Golden Spikes award as the best amateur player in the country. In the 1988 Olympics, he was the winning pitcher in a victory that brought the U.S. its first gold medal in baseball. Drafted after graduating from college, Abbott went on to play for ten seasons on four different teams.
EUFMC 2018 HIGHLIGHTS:
Strategies for Managing a Safe, Productive and Cost Effective Fleet will be the focus of presentations by fleet executives, manufacturer representatives and industry experts during the EUFMC General Session educational program.
Keynote Speaker Danny Lindsey, Power Delivery senior vice president at Georgia Power, will address the 2018 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference.
Roundtables where fleet executives address common challenges by sharing best practices and working with suppliers to find solutions
Utility Equipment Drive-Through Demonstrations with educational and technical presentations by suppliers
Equipment Show exhibits with more than 60 displays of vehicles, equipment, components and a wide range of technologies and services
More than 120 utility fleet representatives and over 325 representatives from manufacturers and service providers attended EUFMC in 2017.
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