2010 Quest for Quality Annual Gala

The Logistics Management 2010 Quest for Quality Annual Gala Dinner recognizes industry leaders for their customer satisfaction and performance excellence as chosen by the readers of Logistics Management who took part in the 27th Annual Quest for Quality Survey. As the Quest for Quality Award is widely regarded in the transportation and logistics industry as the most comprehensive study of carriers and service providers in the marketplace, this high profile event attracts an impressive array of industry buyers and key industry professionals.

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For our invited winners at the Logistics Management 27th annual Quest for Quality awards dinner.

Congratulations! Your company has been ranked among the best in logistics by the readers of Logistics Management magazine. The results of the Quest for Quality study set the gold standard for service excellence and clearly define the key characteristics that shippers seek in a world-class logistics provider.

We hope that you will join us at the Awards Gala where you will be presented with the Quest for Quality award by Mike Levans, Editorial Director of Logistics Management. The Awards Gala takes place during CSCMP on Monday, September 27th and as a 2010 winner, you will receive two free tickets. When you RSVP you will have the opportunity to purchase additional tickets and plaques.

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Event Details:
Date: September 27, 2010
Where
: San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina
333 West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101
Registration followed by Cocktails: 6:30pm in the San Diego Ballroom Foyer
Dinner & Awards: 7:00 pm in the San Diego Ballroom B
Attire: Business Professional
RSVP Deadline: September 14, 2010

The event will include cocktails, networking opportunities with key logistics and transportation leaders, dinner, awards ceremony, and will be capped off with entertainment by Bill Herz, comedian/magician extraordinaire.

Your participation in this year's Gala will allow you to mingle with leading industry executives and high-profile buyers of logistics and transportation services.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Quest for Quality sponsorship packages provide the ideal opportunity to strengthen your brand and image through worldwide media exposure to over 120,000 readers and subscribers. Your sponsorship will also earn coverage in the November Issue of Logistics Management. Please contact your sales representative for more information or you can indicate your interest in being contacted when you RSVP for the Gala Awards.

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Sponsorship includes:

  • Recognition in the "Q4Q Review" section in Logistics Management's November Issue with photos of your company at the Award Gala including a group photo at the gala dinner and the cocktail reception (min 3 photos). See last year's Q4Q Review
  • Sponsorship of Award Gala Centerpieces.
  • 5½" x 8" insert in the Award Gala Brochure.
  • Distribution of your company materials at the
    Welcome Table.
  • Top Sponsorship designation in
    all Q4Q marketing.
  • Recognition as a Sponsor during the Award Gala presentation.
  • Dedicated Award Gala company table
    of 8 with signage.
  • Logo on Logistics Management's Digital Edition that goes out to 16,000 logistics professionals (linkable to your corporate site).

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Sponsorship includes:

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Sponsor:

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Sponsorship includes:

  • Recognition in the "Q4Q Review" section in Logistics Management's November Issue with photo of your company at the Award Gala.See last year's Q4Q Review
  • Silver Sponsor designation on all Q4Q marketing.
  • Recognition as a Sponsor during the Award Gala presentation.
  • Dedicated Award Gala company table of 8 with signage.
  • Logo on Logistics Management's Digital Edition that goes out to 16,000 logistics professionals (linkable to your corporate site).

Sponsors:

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Brian Ceraolo, Group Publisher
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Tel: 732-970-1070
Fax: 877-330-6649

East Coast
Paul Kenny, Sales Manager
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Tel: 610-680-6562
Fax: 877-330-6570
Midwest & Eastern Canada
Jeff Giersch, Sales Manager
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Tel: 262-251-7395
Fax: 262-251-7398

West & Western Canada

Mike Tangney, Sales Manager
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Tel: 720-328-6251
Fax: 877-339-1051

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