Joe Gibbs to Keynote 2011 ESX Conference

CHARLOTTE,  N.C. — Former NFL coach Joe Gibbs will serve as the keynote speaker for the 2011 Electronic Security Expo (ESX).

Scheduled for June 6-10, ESX will be held in Charlotte, N.C. Titled “Rev Up for Maximum Results (RMR),” the event will feature nearly 50 educational offerings and diverse networking opportunities.

Known for his work ethic, Gibbs’ leadership helped the Washington Redskins win four NFC Championship titles and three Super Bowl titles. He is also responsible for taking racecar drivers Bobby Labonte and Tony Stewart to the finish line with NASCAR Cup Series Championships.

“I think all industries require solid relationships and hard work to thrive,” says Gibbs. “I believe very strongly in these core values and I think many people connect with that message.”
Gibbs will give his speech during the Keynote Luncheon at the Charlotte Convention Center June 8 at 11:45 a.m. His speech will discuss his successes, failures and lessons learned throughout his career.

“I am thrilled that Joe will be with us, delivering his perspective on the world of football, NASCAR and life outside of sports,” says ESX Chair George De Marco. “I believe his leadership skills and experience will take this year’s keynote address to an entirely new level.”

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