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Feb 2015 WTS15 Issue

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Work Truck Show 2014 Press Conference Ford

The Work Truck Show 2015 provides solutions for many of the issues that keep truck fleet managers and equipment distributors awake at night. That’s why it is a must-attend event for anyone covering the industry.

North America’s largest vocational truck event returns to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis March 4–6. Educational programming, including the concurrent Green Truck Summit, begins March 3. Editorial representatives receive complimentary admission to most Work Truck Show activities.

The show features:

  • Hundreds of products on display
  • Numerous opportunities for editorial content and industry connections
  • Sessions tailored to today's challenges
  • New developments in alternative fuel and productivity technology.

In just four days, you can gather a year’s worth of information about new trucks and equipment, as well as the latest trends.


Why You Should Attend:

  • Discover New Products – Hundreds of new trucks, components and equipment are introduced at The Work Truck Show. Check out the floor plan for a complete list of exhibitors and products.
  • Learn from the Experts – Choose from 60+ intensive educational programs, which give you insights on trends and topics that directly impact your readers. Registered media can attend these sessions at no charge.
  • Experience the Latest in Green Technology – Check out the green products and programs to learn about the latest green technology and developments for the work truck industry. 
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For personalized assistance with regard to The Work Truck Show, please contact Kristen Simpson, president of Simpson Communications, at (216) 991-4297.

For questions regarding the NTEA, please contact NTEA Director of Communications and Public Relations Summer Marrs at (248) 479-8913.