28-February-2013 –Night Flight Concepts (NFC), a leading provider of comprehensive night vision goggle solutions, is pleased to announce their 2013 conference attendance and engagement schedule.
Throughout the course of the year, Night Flight Concepts will be attending and participating in some of the industry’s most prestigious events. Here is where you can find Night Flight Concepts this year:
“Attendance at the top shows for the industry provides us with the opportunity to connect directly with our customers and provide in-person demonstrations and receive feedback on product performance.”
• Heli-Expo 2013, March 5-7 in Las Vegas, Nevada: Booth C2103
• CIAM Conference, June 7-9 in Cancun, Mexico
• ALEA 2013, July 17-20 in Orlando, Florida: Booth #427
• NightCon 2013, September 19-20 in Dallas, Texas
• Air Medical Transport Conference, October 21-23 in Virginia Beach, Virginia: Booth#917
"Attendance at the top shows for the industry provides us with the opportunity to connect directly with our customers and provide in-person demonstrations and receive feedback on product performance," states Adam Aldous, CEO and President of Night Flight Concepts. "It’s a unique opportunity for us to hear first-hand experiences about our products in action and to interact with the people who use them on a daily basis."
Night Flight Concepts is excited about the 2013 conference schedules and invites all conference attendees to stop by their booth to find out more about the products and services offered by Night Flight Concepts.
About Night Flight Concepts:
Night Flight Concepts assists organizations from around the globe, providing comprehensive night vision solutions featuring training, equipment, maintenance services, and consulting options.
Night Flight Concepts was formed in 2006 by experienced civil and U.S. Army aviators, maintenance technicians, and safety officers. Combined the company has over 50 years of aviation experience and performed flight operations around the globe and in all environments.
Night Flight Concepts was formed to meet the challenging need and continuing growth of night vision goggle (NVG) operations within the United States and abroad, particularly for law enforcement agencies, air medical/rescue services, military organizations, and government task force agencies; our "First Responders."