Stuart Varney will be the Keynote Speaker for 2012 NORA Conference
FOX Business Network anchor to speak to NORA members just days after 2012 presidential election
Haymarket, Virginia (April 3)
– FOX Business Network anchor Stuart Varney will be the keynote speaker for the
2012 NORA Annual Conference and Trade Show, to be held November 7-10, 2012 at Hyatt
Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Florida.
Varney will speak to NORA members just two days after the 2012 presidential
election. He will discuss how the political climate and economic agenda of the elected
administration will affect the nation in the years to come.
"We are thrilled a presenter of the caliber of Stuart Varney will be the
keynote speaker at the 2012 NORA Annual Conference and Trade Show,” said Scott
D. Parker, NORA Executive Director. "Regardless of the outcome of the
presidential and congressional elections in November, there will be substantial
impacts on NORA members. Stuart will cut through the jargon and will address
the economic issues affecting the ability for businesses to compete and
Varney, an economist educated at
the London School of Economics, earned the 1987 Peabody Award for excellence in
journalism for his exceptional coverage and analysis of the stock market crash
Varney anchors Varney &
Company on the FOX Business Network and appears regularly with Sean Hannity,
Bill O'Reilly, and Megyn Kelly, among others. He is credited with changing the
way financial and economic news is reported worldwide, consistently winning
rave reviews from audiences.
The NORA Annual Conference and Trade Show will
attract over 300 industry leaders who will explore opportunities related to
recycling used oil and related materials. Over 30 exhibitors will be displaying
the latest products and services of interest to the industry. For more
information on upcoming NORA events, visit www.noranews.org.
NORA, An Association of Responsible Recyclers represents over 275 leading companies involved in responsibly recycling used oil and related materials that would otherwise negatively impact the environment. NORA members work every day to ensure that more than a billion gallons per year of used oil and related materials are collected, recycled and given another useful life. NORA has been defending and promoting the industry since 1985. For more information on NORA, visit www.noranews.org