one of the largest regional messenger associations in the country. A founding member of this influential organization, Seltzer took a minute to discuss the FMA’s role in the industry, how it benefits Comet customers and his plans for the year ahead. His term begins in February 2016 after the organization's annual convention.
A. I am one of the FMA’s original founding members and served as the organization’s first treasurer. We established the association in 1989.
A. The delivery industry is the backbone of the American economy. By adhering to the highest set of standards for honesty and reliability, we help ensure that the goods every manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer and consumer orders are delivered when and where they are supposed to be, thus keeping the wheels of commerce turning!
A. Driver shortages are a monumental issue. On a daily basis, drivers must endure changing road conditions, weather, traffic, vehicle maintenance and a slew of other challenges. All the while, drivers — who are in business for themselves — are responsible for operating their own profitable delivery business.
A. There are a number of important goals we will be targeting in 2016. They include:
I am really excited about the possibilities for the FMA in 2016 and am looking forward to helping our members and vendors reap the optimum benefit from our association.
Join the FMA as an associate member and take advantage of the opportunity to introduce your company and services to new contacts.
For a limited time, non-members and vendors can become FMA members for $59 and immediately save $20 on the registration fee for the FMA Annual Meeting, January 29-30, 2016 at the Doubletree Universal in Orlando. For additional details, visit floridamessenger.org or email email@example.com.