Despite losing some attendees who couldn’t make it to Indianapolis due to the so-called “Snowquester” last month, The NTEA reports that the Work Truck Show 2013 was a major success. A total verified attendance of 10,351 was the second-highest in NTEA history, just 51 people short of the record set in 2012.
Produced annually by the NTEA, The Work Truck Show was held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN, March 6-8, with educational sessions kicking off March 5. The Green Truck Summit, jointly produced by NTEA and CALSTART, wash eld in conjunction with The Work Truck Show March 5-6.
“The NTEA is proud to provide the industry’s ultimate platform for sharing new work truck products and cultivating business relationships,” says Steve Carey, NTEA executive director. “It is clear that The Work Truck Show has truly become the single most important forum for work truck professionals throughout North America. With a record level of exhibitor booths already sold for the 2014 show, we are confident that the industry is again poised for growth in the upcoming year.”
The Work Truck Show 2014 returns to the Indiana Convention Center March 5-7, 2014, with educational programming and the Green Truck Summit kicking off March 4. Online registration opens at NTEA.com in October.