Let's knock this year's Annual Transportation Breakfast out of the park!
This is the last year the Byron Nelson Golf Tournament will be held in Las Colinas.
Help us meet and exceed Bill Lamothe's $50,000 challenge!
Mr. Bill LaMothe (PGL Chairman), a founding UNT Logistics board member, Transportation Breakfast event sponsor, and Byron Nelson Open House host, has issued a donation challenge to the UNT Logistics community. Mr. Lamothe has graciously offered to match all donations received up to $50,000.00.
Please join us in making this year's event extra special with your donation to the UNT Logistics Program and Research Center.
Please join us for our 5th Annual Logistics Transportation Breakfast!
Date: Friday, May 19, 2017
Location: Big Brothers Big Sisters, 450 E John Carpenter Frwy, Irving, TX 75062
Breakfast & Silent Auction: 7:30-8:30am
Bill LaMothe/PGL Byron Nelson Championship Open House to follow
Chuck Cooperstein, Dallas Mavericks Radio Play-by-Play
Chuck Cooperstein is in his 13th season as the radio play-by-play voice of the Mavericks on ESPN 103.3 FM. Cooperstein has been a regular on the Dallas/Fort Worth sports scene since 1984 and has been an anchor on ESPN 103.3 FM since the station's inception in 2001. In addition to his Mavericks duties, in the off season he also is one of the co-hosts of 103.3 ESPN Game Night between 7-9 PM.
Cooperstein's extensive sports broadcasting background includes play-by-play stints with TCU and the University of Texas football, as well as TCU, Texas A&M and SMU basketball. With Westwood One, he has broadcast NCAA Basketball since 1991, college football since 1995, and NFL since 2012. In addition, he has received a Katie Award for his play-by-play expertise from the Dallas Press Club.
The New York City native has a bachelor of science in broadcasting from the University of Florida. He and his wife, Karen, were married in August 2010. They have one son, Jeffrey, who is 21 years old and attending North Texas.
John Sharp currently serves as a Group President for TFD Group Companies. He is an accomplished career aviation engineer and logistician. Mr. Sharp is a retired Royal Air Force (RAF) Wing Commander.
Assuring the Integrity of Products in Transit: Integrated Solutions Available Today
There is nothing new in using active sensors to detect and send alarms when out of limits conditions are experienced by goods in transit. What is new is the ability to interpret the data collected to determine and report the cumulative effect of such events on the integrity of the products. Mr. Sharp's presentation will describe the integration of hardware and software technologies available today that can deliver this service to cargo handling for everything from vaccines to electronics to food products.
If you are unable to attend this year but would still like to support our program please follow the registration link.