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June 2019 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

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Aventure Attends Innovation Conference

Aventure Aviation | Aventure staff attending the Small Business Matters Conference

(LR) Aventure staff attending the conference: Controller Maria Brodzik, Military Sales Rep. Adrian Gallard, Sales Rep. Ebrahim Zakaria, Customer Service Rep. Sarah Erarslan, Government Sales Rep. Lyly Cao, and Director of Sales Hamzah Faruqi.

Aventure Aviation joined over 200 of Atlanta's most-recognized small business leaders at the Small Business Matters Conference, held May 17 at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center. The event provided a TED-like venue to stimulate innovation for growth-minded small businesses.

The annual conference started four years ago with the objective of enhancing the lives of small business owners by dedicating a day to new ideas, reflection, collaboration, and fun. Attending Aventure staff found it an extremely positive experience. "Lessons learned from featured topics will help strengthen our company," said Controller Maria Brodzik. "These include leadership, marketing, entrepreneurship, and work-life balance."

"Aventure believes in continuing education," said Hamzah Faruqi, Director of Sales. "The event featured many innovative ideas and the tools to implement them."

Aventure Attends CCMA & MRO in Cancun

Aventure Aviation | Commercial aircraft flying over Mexican beach

Aventure Aviation attended the 2019 Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association CCMA & MRO conference, held May 2628, in Cancun, Mexico. Taking place at the JW Marriott Resort, the international event included over 100 airlines, 100 exhibitors, and 700 attendees.

The mission of this annual event is to be the premier maintenance and technical purchasing conference focusing on maximizing aviation's economic and social footprint in Latin America.

"It was a great opportunity to get visibility, meet and network with potential customers, airlines, MRO customers, and other suppliers," said Aventure's Business Development Executive Sueli Kwak.

Canadian Snowbirds Roar Above Aventure HQ

Aventure Aviation | Canadian Snowbirds

The skies above Aventure's Atlanta headquarters were full of the sights and sounds of a world-class military aerobatics display. The Royal Canadian Air Force 43 Air Demonstration Squadron, commonly known as the Snowbirds, performed their aerobatics and flight demonstration May 22 at the Atlanta Regional Airport (Falcon Field), about a mile from Aventure's headquarters. Staff were treated to the show from work, while several team members went to Falcon Field for an even closer look.

The Snowbirds serve as ambassadors of the Canadian Armed Forces and have been performing since WWII. Their purpose is to "demonstrate the skill, professionalism, and teamwork of Canadian Forces personnel."

Get to Know Aventure | Robert Michael Tyloch –Assistant Warehouse Manager

Robert Michael Tyloch is Aventure Aviation's Assistant Warehouse Manager. He has been with the company for the past two years, where he oversees logistics. Prior to that, he was an auditor and inspector for Sikorsky. He takes great pride in his work, and enjoys Aventure's family atmosphere and the daily interaction with the company's various departments.

Robert was born in Wisconsin, and he and his wife have called Georgia home for the last five years. He enjoys the aerospace industry and has many other interests, including automobiles, cigars, and fine watches.

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upcoming events

Industry Day 2019 – North Carolina Military Business Center
June 13, 2019 | Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC)
August 10–13, 2019 | Washington, D.C.

Event F-16 TCG World Wide Review
September 9–12, 2019 | Ogden, Utah

this month in aviation history

June 26, 1909 – The first commercial sale of an airplane in the United States is made when Glenn H. Curtiss sells one of his planes to the Aeronautic Society of New York for $7,500. This action spurs the Wright brothers to begin a patent suit to prevent him from selling airplanes without a license.

Quote of the month

The airplane became the first World Wide Web, bringing people, languages, ideas, and values together.
Bill Gates

Join Our Team – Careers at Aventure

Aventure proudly supports:

Northrop Rice Foundation   Aerotropolis Atlanta

We proudly distribute products from:

InterConnect Wiring   Fastener Dimensions

USPAACC Certified Asian American Business   Aventure Aviation is a certified Asian American and Minority owned business by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation.



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