cb500 givi rack fitting The Schaumburg Regional Airport has received the 2018 Airport of the Year award from the Illinois Department of Transportation, village officials announced Monday.
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nero 12 platinum ita keygen "This award recognizes the hard work of a number of individuals who dedicate themselves to providing a quality facility and experience to members of the aviation community," Village Manager Brian Townsend said. "Karyn Robles, director of transportation, and Erik Trydal, airport manager, are to be commended for their efforts in making Schaumburg Regional Airport one of the best airports in the state."
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