21 Sep 2016

Spectrum Aeromed Prepares for Upcoming Conference

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By Ricky Reno

At Spectrum Aeromed we are preparing for one of our biggest vendor shows and conferences of the year, the Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC). This year’s conference will be held Sept. 26-28 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Our booth will showcase the advanced life support equipment that we specialize in, which is anything from individual pieces of medical equipment to fully customized medical interiors for EMS aircraft. We understand the needs of our customers and offer customized solutions to their most complicated projects.

Conference attendees will be able to get hands on with some of the equipment we offer, including our stretchers. It’s a great opportunity for people to see the equipment in person. We’ll also feature many photos and videos which demonstrate how the equipment works. Our equipment will be on display with a few of our vendors, including the Agusta AW109 Trekker outfitted with Spectrum Aeromed products.

Several staff members from Spectrum Aeromed will be available to answer questions, including Account Executives with territories all over the world. We love having the opportunity to connect with old friends and our great customers while also meeting new people who may have not heard about Spectrum Aeromed and our life support solutions.

This year at AMTC we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Spectrum Aeromed and will be hosting a complimentary wine/beer social from 4-6 p.m. at our booth, #301.

We hope you can join us!

Ricky Reno serves as the VP of Military and Government Initiatives and Account Representative for Spectrum Aeromed. He joined Spectrum Aeromed in 2012 and has been in the Aviation Industry for over 29 years as a Commercial Helicopter Pilot, Flight Instructor, and Airframe & Powerplant Technician. He also retired from the U.S. Army after 22 years where he served as a Black Hawk Pilot. Ricky has been awarded with the prestigious Sikorsky Rescue Award for his role in the life saving efforts using a Sikorsky Aircraft.

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