Con-way Inc.’s Stotlar and Larry Sabato to Speak at SMC³ Connections 2012

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High-level expert commentary and insights at Connections 2012 in Chicago, Ill.

SMC³ announced today that Douglas W. Stotlar, president and CEO of Con-way Inc., and the renowned political expert Dr. Larry J. Sabato will be presenters at the June 26-29 Connections 2012 conference in Chicago, Ill. Sabato bridges the gap between the ivory tower and the real world of politics and has authored 24 books and countless essays on politics, including Feeding Frenzy, A More Perfect Constitution, and The Year of Obama.

“Dr. Sabato is always brilliant. We’ll definitely look forward to exploring the complex 2012 election-year political landscape and possible political outcomes with him,” said Jack E. Middleton, SMC³ president and CEO. “We are exceptionally pleased that Doug Stotlar agreed to join us at Connections 2012—it’s a rare honor. His presentation will offer highly dynamic content for all attendees.”

About Con-way Inc.

A $5 billion freight transportation and logistics services company headquartered in Ann Arbor, Mich., Con-way Inc. and its subsidiaries operate from more than 500 operating locations across North America and in 20 countries across five continents. Further information about Con-way Inc. is available at http://www.con-way.com/.

About SMC³

SMC³’s innovative products and solutions put transportation pricing to work, supporting collaboration between 5,000+ North American carrier, shipper and logistics service provider organizations. Every day, SMC³ meets our customers’ needs for actionable pricing content and their operational demands by providing flexible content delivery options and partnering with leading transportation software solution providers. Our extensive educational initiatives—from acclaimed bi-annual conferences to courses from The Academy—are designed to give our audiences the knowledge they need to succeed in a competitive transportation environment.

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