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76th Annual PPSA Conference ... Everything’s Better in Texas

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Where can you get the latest and greatest on industry advancements, build your professional network and explore some of the biggest landmark’s in Texas? Only at this year’s Pulp and Safety Association (PPSA) 76th Annual Conference.

Set to take place in exciting San Antonio, you will discover a city full of culture and booming with modern attractions. And, much like PPSA’s Annual Conference, San Antonio offers a chance for you to learn what’s new in this city rich in history.

From spectacular sites like the Alamo with reenactments of the Texas Revolution, to the world-renowned, 15-mile urban waterway known as River Walk, to the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park where you can get an in-depth look at life in Spanish missions in the 1700s, this destination has it all.

PPSA’s 76th Annual Conference takes place June 23 26 at the Marriott Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX. The event offers one of the most comprehensive technical programs in the industry filled with education, strategies, and critical updates for pulp and paper safety professionals across North America. Attendees also get to see rapid-fire, live demos on the latest safety developments and solutions in the innovative New Technology Showcase. This year’s conference features three-time NBA Champion and former San Antonio Spurs team member, Bruce Bowen, as the keynote speaker. There is also an exclusive opportunity to attend a workshop on Human Performance Improvement (HPI) led by subject matter expert Shane Bush.

PPSA members are eligible for savings on registration for the conference and workshop. Registration is open. Make plans to attend today.

Visit ppsaconference.org for hotel and travel information.


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