Five-time New York Times/Wall Street Journal bestselling author Larry Winget will be a featured speaker at “Outlook 2013: A Golden Opportunity,” the opening breakfast program kicking off the 50th National RV Trade Show on Nov. 27 in the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC) South Wing Ballroom in Louisville, Ky.
The event is sponsored by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA).
According to an RVIA news release, Winget is an accomplished author and speaker who believes that hard work and excellence are the keys to success and he communicates that in a back-to-basics, common sense approach. With his direct, irreverent, hilarious delivery, he is a frequent and popular guest on Fox News, Fox Business, CNBC, MSNBC and The Today Show.
“We are excited to have Larry join the Outlook program. We think that attendees will really enjoy hearing his advice and insight on achieving business success,” said James Ashurst, RVIA vice president of public relations and advertising. “He challenges you and makes you think by proposing common sense solutions that are almost impossible to argue with. And, he does so in a way that is inspiring, engaging, and humorous.”
Hosted by RVIA Chairman of the Board Doug Gaeddert, “Outlook 2013: A Golden Opportunity” will also feature “A Time to Shine” with RVIA President Richard Coon providing his thoughts on the RV market and where it is headed.
In “Mining Media Gold,” Go RVing Co-Chairs Bob Olson and Tom Stinnett will team with RVIA Public Relations Committee Chairman B.J. Thompson and RVIA Vice President of Public Relations and Advertising James Ashurst for a fast-paced multimedia presentation highlighting high-impact advertising and public relations achievements in 2012 and previewing what is on tap for 2013.
The “Outlook 2013: A Golden Opportunity” program and breakfast are free for attendees on a first-come, first-serve basis. All National RV Trade Show attendees are welcome, and no reservations are necessary. Show badge registration will be available in the South Wing Lobby C Entrance prior to the event.