Doylestown, Pa.— George Hedley, a speaker on business issues and current owner of a $50-million construction business he built from $500 in just seven years, is the first of two keynote speakers on April 2 at the 2007 National Demolition Association Convention held April 1–4 at The Mirage in Las Vegas. His talk is entitled "Blueprint for Business Success."
Joining Hedley is Chad Hymas, a motivational and inspirational professional speaker who overcame an accident leaving him a quadriplegic. He will give a talk on "Who Needs Legs When You Have Wings?"
Breakout sessions scheduled for Tuesday April 3 are Hedley, speaking on "Sell More Than Price"; and Mark A. Lies II and Paul White, speaking in tandem on "Contractors' Rights and Responsibilities in the OSHA Compliance Process." Also speaking that day are Richard J. Leamy Jr. on "But it Wasn't Our Fault! Beware of Liability Shifting Devices in Demolition Contracts and Insurance Policies"; and Paul W. Wiedner, speaking on "Worker's Compensation in 2007." Wednesday's speaker is Tom Stahr of Robinette Demolition's Emergency Response Division, who will speak on "Skilled Support and Technical Assistance for First Response Teams."
In addition to the opening cocktail reception and the annual banquet, the National Demolition Association convention also features its legendary Monday night Polynesian Luau for registered delegates.
Complete delegate registration information is available at www.demolitionassociation.com.