CLEARWATER, FLA. (October 10, 2009) – Fresh from headline-making wins at the 46th National Championship Air Races in Reno, Nevada, pilot Thom Richard will meet attendees, answer questions, and be available for photographs at the 62nd National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Conference at the Orlando Convention Center on October 21, 2009 at SheltAir Aviation Services booths 5121. His winning Formula One Gold plane, Neubert Aero Corp’s Invictus, will be on display at SheltAir Aviation Facilities(FBO), Orlando Executive Airport the entire week of the event.
Richard caught the imagination of aviation enthusiasts across the country when he won the Silver Formula One race in Reno with his plane Miss USA, and then a short time later piloted Invictus to her first place win in the Formula One Gold race. The two planes were the only entrants from east of the Mississippi to make it into the finals.
“Flying in Reno this year was an incredible experience. I flew the best races I ever have and I certainly couldn’t have done it without the support of a great crew and sponsors. I’m honored to be included in the NBAA event and eager to swap stories with Formula One Air Racing fans,” said Richard.
Richard and Invictus will reunite at SheltAir exhibit booths 5121 at the NBAA show.
About Neubert Aero Corp.
Neubert Aero Corp. (NAC) is a leading global provider of quality airport safety products, GIS airfield data collection technology, friction pavement systems and services in support of airport operations. NAC products can be found in nearly every region of the world. NAC is a MBE-Certified and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business located in Clearwater, Florida, since 1998.
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