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FexEx exec to address Ark. aerospace industry
FexEx exec to address Ark. aerospace industry

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- FedEx Executive Gregory Hall will address the Governor’s Aerospace Summit on Tuesday, March 29 at the Hot Springs Convention Center. The Summit will bring together nearly 200 industry leaders, government officials and educators to discuss the progress and needs of the aviation and aerospace industry in Arkansas. The Summit is organized by the Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges (AATYC) Aerospace Training Consortium.

Hall is Senior Vice President of Technical Operations for Memphis-based FedEx Express. He is responsible for the fleet’s technical operations including line, base and propulsion maintenance, engineering, and material management, areas that are critical to the safe, reliable return of aircraft to the system.

Date:                    Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Time:                    9:00 a.m.

Location:             Hot Springs Convention Center, Horner Hall

The AATYC Aerospace Training Consortium includes Arkansas Northeastern College (Blytheville), Arkansas State University-Beebe, Black River Technical College (Pocahontas), Mid-South Community College (West Memphis), National Park Community College (Hot Springs), Ouachita Technical College (Malvern), Ozarka College (Melbourne), Pulaski Technical College (North Little Rock), Rich Mountain Community College (Mena), Southeast Arkansas College (Pine Bluff), Southern Arkansas University Tech (Camden) and the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville.

Governor’s Aerospace Summit Program