The nominations process for the 2013 Salute to Excellence Awards program, to be held during HELI-EXPO 2013 in Las Vegas, Nev., opens Mon., July 2, 2012, so start thinking now about who you believe should be honored in 2013 for their contributions to the international rotorcraft community.
For more than 50 years, HAI has recognized the outstanding achievements and exceptional merits of individuals and organizations through the Salute to Excellence Awards program. The annual Salute to Excellence Awards dinner is the premier event of HELI-EXPO®. Any individual or organization, whether or not they are HAI members, may submit nominations or be nominated for one or more of the awards. By acknowledging exceptional individuals and organizations, the Salute to Excellence program encourages the highest standards of professionalism in the helicopter industry.
Go to www.rotor.com/Events/
The nominations process opens soon. Salute those who deserve to be recognized in 2013 for their contributions to the rotorcraft community - do not let service above and beyond the call of duty go unrecognized!
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