Support for The Work Truck Show 2006 is growing among organizations closely aligned with the work truck and trailer industry and those representing some of the vocational markets that use the trucks and equipment featured at the event.
A record number of regional, national and international associations have joined with the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) to participate in the event and educate their members about its value.
The Work Truck Show 2006, scheduled March 1–3, is held in conjunction with the 42nd Annual NTEA Convention (that starts Feb. 28) at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga.
The 17 leading organizations supporting The Work Truck Show 2006 include:
• Association of Equipment Management Professionals
• Canadian Transportation Equipment Association
• CATRALA (Car and Truck Renting and Leasing Association) of Georgia
• Georgia Dump Truck Association
• Georgia Motor Trucking Association
• Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators
• Heavy Duty Representatives Association
• National Association of Fleet Administrators, Inc.
• National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
• National Conference of State Fleet Administrators
• Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association
• Service Specialists Association
• Snow & Ice Management Association Inc.
• The Used Truck Association
• Tire Retread Information Bureau
• Washington Area Fleet Administrators
“Because The Work Truck Show is North America’s largest gathering of Class 1–8 vocational trucks and equipment, the NTEA has reached out to other organizations to help them expose their members to this unmatched resource,” says Steve Carey, NTEA meetings and member services director. “We value these partnerships and the opportunity they provide to expose a greater number of industry professionals to product innovations, networking and education at The Work Truck Show.”
Produced annually by the NTEA, The Work Truck Show brings together vocational truck fleet managers, truck buyers and maintenance personnel with hundreds of the manufacturers, distributors and dealers that produce the trucks and equipment so critical to their work.
In this single location, attendees check out the latest full-size work trucks and equipment while examining individual vehicle components offered by more than 400 suppliers. The educational conference offers nearly 40 training sessions on a wide range of industry topics. Additionally, 16 free classes are held in two training theaters on the show floor.
For more information, and to register, visit www.ntea.com, or call (800) 441-NTEA (6832).