2008 PMPA Annual Meeting Featured Speaker: Hugh Hewitt

The PMPA is known for high-quality meeting content, including keynote speakers that address issues of concern to the precision machined products industry. At this year’s annual meeting, PMPA will feature nationally syndicated radio show host and best-selling author, Hugh Hewitt.

The PMPA is known for high-quality meeting content, including keynote speakers that address issues of concern to the precision machined products industry. At this year’s annual meeting, PMPA will feature nationally syndicated radio show host and best-selling author, Hugh Hewitt.

Mr. Hewitt is a savvy media veteran and winner of three Emmy awards for his weeknight TV show. He has been a frequent guest on “Nightline,” “The Today Show” and “Larry King Live.” He is a practicing attorney, law school professor, author, social commentator and political cultural junkie. He also served 6 years in the Reagan White House as assistant counsel.

Our featured speaker is currently the co-host of the weeknight television news and public affairs show, “Life & Times Tonight” on PBS. The show has received numerous awards for its coverage of issues relating to politics and economics. Previously, Mr. Hewitt was the host of “Searching for God in America,” an eight-part series that premiered on PBS in July 1996.

Mr. Hewitt has been a featured speaker for organizations around the nation. His speaking engagements have included the Industry Manufacturer’s Council, American Association of Planners, League of California Cities, Richard Nixon Library, Investment Company Institute, the Young Presidents’ Organization and Legatus.

PMPA’s Executive Committee is planning a one-of-a-kind annual meeting to celebrate the association’s 75th anniversary. Additional details concerning this upcoming event will be posted at pmpa.org.

The annual meeting will be held at the beautiful Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa in Waikoloa, Hawaii, from October 17-21.

For more information, contact Rob Kiener, PMPA’s Director of Marketing & Communications, at (440) 526-0300, ext.16 or via e-mail at rkiener@pmpa.org.