We’re excited to commemorate the 20th anniversary of The Work Truck Show and reflect on how this event and the work truck industry have advanced over the past two decades. The Show has grown beyond a trade show into an industry necessity for companies and attendees. Not only has the size of the event increased but also the importance, as the week showcases the best, newest and most innovative commercial vehicles, equipment and solutions the industry has to offer, across all weight classes and applications.
The Show has proven essential for distributors, manufacturers, upfitters, fleet managers, truck dealers and leasing companies in discovering new products and the latest industry trends. It provides a critical forum to help the commercial vehicle community come together to overcome challenges, find solutions and share with their peers.
NTEA CEO Steve Carey (left) and Managing Director Doyle Sumrall (middle) were session presenters at The Work Truck Show 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Despite my many years of attendance, I continue to be amazed by the energy and effort put into transforming Indianapolis into the epicenter of the work truck industry every March. It’s remarkable to witness the Show come to fruition in a matter of days and see the city fill with representatives from all aspects of our industry.
It means so much to me and the entire NTEA team to produce this event as a service to an exceptional industry and community. I look forward to celebrating the 20th anniversary with you this coming March.
Visit worktruckshow.com/wts20signup to request notification when event and hotel registration opens in October.