Nate Unite 2014

Members of LBA Group’s senior management team recently attended the NATE UNITE 2014 Expo in San Diego, CA. Mike Britner and Bryan Dixon had the opportunity to connect with many long-time LBA customers and introduce LBA concepts, products and services to some of the thousands who attended the event.

Mike Britner_Bryan Dixon at 2014 Nate Unite Show

NATE UNITE is recognized as the premier event of the year for the tower erection, service and maintenance industry. The event provides education, marketing, networking, and the opportunity for members of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) to maintain solid key relationships within the NATE membership.

LBA’s Booth 528 introduced people to LBA University safety courses and LBA’s published safety bulletins that help companies meet OSHA mandates. LBA also highlighted its engineering services that provide customers assistance with various EME-related issues and EME studies, RF remediation, and consultation. LBA’s booth showcased the company’s safety monitors that are essential for employees’ protection. Mike and Bryan also held contests and drawings that gave attendees a chance to win a free LBA University online course.

Mike and Bryan and everyone who stopped by their booth seemed to have a great time. Many who spent some time at the booth actually ended up becoming new customers, and LBA looks forward to developing some new long-term relationships.

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About The Author

Bryan Dixon is an LBA University® course director and EHS Services Manager for LBA Group. He has two decades of industrial, construction and fire safety training and management experience and is a certified OSHA Outreach Trainer. Reach Bryan at bryon.dixon@lbagroup.com or 252-757-0279

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