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Registration opens for Work Truck Show

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The show will be held in conjunction with annual NTEA conference.

| November 3, 2010

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.  – Registration has opened for The Work Truck Show 2011.

The largest work truck event in North America features 500,000 square feet of the newest truck chassis, bodies, equipment and components, as well as more than 40 training sessions to help improve fleet and shop operations.
The Work Truck Show 2011 is held in conjunction with the 47th Annual National Truck Equipment Association Conference at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis March 8-10. The convention, Green Truck Summit and other educational programming will begin March 7.

“If you can attend only one industry event in 2011, make it The Work Truck Show,” says Steve Sill, NTEA convention chairman and president of Aspen Equipment Co. in Bloomington, Minn. “The Work Truck Show offers four full days of unmatched training, innovative product launches, abundant networking opportunities and specialized equipment that you just won’t find anywhere else.”

The convention center will be filled with Class 1-8 trucks, components and equipment from a wide range of manufacturers and dozens of new products. Fleet management professionals can take advantage of the expanded Fleet Management Symposium, where Kelly Walker, president of Kelly Walker Associates, and Bob Johnson, fleet relations director for the NTEA, will teach methods to improve fleet and shop productivity while reducing costs. Separate advanced registration is required for the symposium, which takes place March 7-8.

For more information on The Work Truck Show 2011 and to register, visit NTEA's website.
 

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