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When: Wednesday 15th May from 9am to 4pm Where: Claudelands Events Centre, Hamilton


Come and join us to learn more about fleet optimisation and the latest technologies in fleet management and how to create a safe vehicle fleet for your organisation.

Guest speakers: Brake the Road Safety Charity, The Drug Detection Agency, St John Ambulance, Direct Safety, Optifleet, New Zealand Police, Worksafe and EROAD.

Exhibitors: Ebbett Group - Toyota, Think Blue, Loop Car Share, My Trucking, AutoNiche, The Drug Detection Agency, AutoSense, Direct Safety, St John Ambulance, Fuso, Brake Charity, Safe365, Fleetpartners, AA New Zealand, LeasePlan.

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Stephen McIvor

You've heard him cover almost every sport under the sun on Sky.

Stephen is regarded as one of our best radio/tv broadcasters in the country, and also one of the most professional MCs around. He has anchored basketball, rugby (including two rugby world cups), rugby league including commentating on the Toyota Cup/NRL, motorsport, athletics, equestrian, awards shows in studio and on location.

Stephen has also works on Winter Olympics coverage including calling the opening and closing ceremonies. He worked on 2010 Commonwealth games and 2012 Summer Olympics as commentator for opening and closing ceremonies and reporter.

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Greg Murphy

Celebrity Guest Speaker

Greg Murphy

Greg Murphy is one of the best known V8 Supercar drivers (car No. 51 since 2001) and has won four rounds at his home circuit at Pukekohe, near Auckland (2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005). At the Mount Panorama Circuit at Bathurst, Murphy has the second best record for a Kiwi with four wins, compared to Jim Richards' seven.

Murphy's 2003 pole position of 2:06.8594 at Bathurst stood as the fastest lap ever recorded at Mount Panorama Circuit until eclipsed seven years later. It is known colloquially as "The Lap of the Gods" and widely regarded as one of the finest moments in Bathurst folklore.

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