The Honorable George Bush, 41st President of the United States, will deliver the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) 2002 keynote address this December. Bush was elected to the U.S. presidency in November 1988 and served until January 1993. Since leaving office, he has written two books A World Transformed, co-authored with General Brent Scowcroft, on foreign policy during his administration, and All The Best, a collection of letters written throughout his life. He has helped raise millions of dollars for a variety of charitable organizations and serves as Chairman of the Board of Visitors of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, and is honorary chairman of the Points of Light Foundation. In his keynote address to NACE 2002 attendees, President Bush will speak about the importance of leadership and family values in today’s society, using many of his professional and personal accomplishments as examples. "For the first time in the history of NACE, a former United States President will address NACE delegates. President Bush’s presentation will be a motivating and inspirational start to our special 20th annual event," said Dana Bellantone, NACE show director. NACE 2002 will be held Dec. 5-8, at the Dallas Convention Center and is expected to draw 30,000-plus attendees from around the globe. It will feature more than 40 timely educational sessions, an Exposition with over 500 exhibiting companies, and top-notch entertainment.