For over 30 years, Logistics Management’s Quest for Quality Survey has been regarded in the transportation and logistics industry as the most important measure of customer satisfaction and performance excellence—and the annual Quest for Quality Awards Dinner has been widely considered the best evening of the year for carrier and 3PL executive networking.
This year’s awards dinner will take place on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, at 6.00 p.m. at the San Antonio Grand Hyatt—the final evening of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Annual Conference. Our editorial staff will be in attendance to present the 2014 Quest for Quality Awards to the 155 winners.
Following cocktails, dinner, and the awards presentation, our guests will be treated to comedian Greg Hahn. A favorite on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show, Greg has appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central, CBS, ABC, FOX, MTV and CMT.
ORDERING YOUR TICKETS
If you’re interested in attending this year’s dinner, please order your tickets by contacting:
Laurel Peddie, Office Manager
Phone: 508-663-1500, x234
But move quickly, we have a full house every year.
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