Exhibitors


Read message from NTEA Board and staff leadership.

Why won’t Work Truck Week be produced in 2021?
After extensive and careful deliberation, we have realized a typical Work Truck Week is not possible in 2021. The health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors and staff is paramount, and was a driving factor in the Board of Directors assessing the feasibility of the 2021 event. Read more

Will NTEA issue a refund? 
Exhibiting companies will be given the option to apply their deposits to the 2022 event or receive a refund. NTEA staff members are contacting all 2021 exhibitors to discuss options.

What happens to my exhibit space?
Exhibiting companies will be given the option to renew their booth space for Work Truck Week 2022. Exhibitors who choose not to renew their 2021 booth size and location will have an opportunity to select booth space in the future, governed by the priority point process currently in place. NTEA staff members are contacting all 2021 exhibitors to discuss options.

Will Work Truck Week return in 2022? 
Yes, Work Truck Week 2022 is scheduled March 8–11, 2022, at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Will this action affect my company’s priority points?
Exhibitors will retain all priority points they have earned in the past, and will still receive one point this year for retaining NTEA membership.

Work Truck Week wasn’t scheduled until March 2021 — why was this decision made so far in advance?
NTEA recognizes the commitment to become a tradeshow exhibitor or sponsor requires significant financial, staffing and planning resources. In knowing options for delivering a high-quality, productive in-person event were not possible, we wanted to make a timely announcement to mitigate the risk of any extensive investments that could not be recovered.

For additional questions or information, contact Sarah Kindinger at sarah@ntea.com