Cherry Hill, NJ, February 2, 2016 — The 2016 AmeriQuest Symposium once again convenes hundreds of business executives across industries to hear from powerful visionaries and gain insights and new ideas for sustainable and long-lasting business growth. The Symposium, now in its 13th year, is expected to challenge, entertain and connect leading innovators in a world-class environment. Hosted by AmeriQuest Business Services, the sold-out, invitation-only, event will be held February 10-12, 2016, at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes.

Each year, AmeriQuest presents a powerful lineup of experts and thought leaders to share industry intelligence, personal insights and fresh perspectives with attendees. This year is no exception. Speakers include:

  • Lou Holtz — one of college football’s most recognizable coaching legends
  • Gary Hamel — a leading expert on business strategy
  • Stephen Moore — former economics writer with the Wall Street Journal
  • Noël Perry — economist and truck and transportation expert
  • Max Carey — sales and marketing strategist
  • Frank Luntz — renowned American political consultant

“The current business landscape is growing more globally competitive than ever and we want to provide attendees with the tools and tactics to keep them ahead of the competition,” said Kate Freer, Vice President of Marketing at AmeriQuest. “The 2016 AmeriQuest Symposium will deliver not only inspirational speakers, but offer knowledge and solutions to current business problems. In addition, our attendees and partners will meet with industry-leading suppliers and have numerous networking opportunities.”

Past Symposium keynote speakers have included American hero and former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, actor and economist Ben Stein, investigative reporter Bob Woodward, world-renowned business advisor Ram Charan, and former Florida governor Jeb Bush. The 2016 Symposium will again present speakers with unique perspectives and the innate ability to inspire and inform.


Rob Tacey
Director, Communications & Public Relations
[email protected]
(302) 897-3094