WTS21 Exhibitor FAQs

5/15/20

You have questions, we have answers (if you don’t see yours, contact us). 

Exhibitors, here are some common questions regarding the 2021 event. Please contact Sarah Kindinger with more or if your company is interested in exhibiting. 

Can you confirm WTS21 will take place? 
Although a significant amount of uncertainty remains for business operations, NTEA is proceeding with planning for next year’s event. Work Truck Week 2021 will take place as scheduled, unless the health crisis, along with government restrictions, would not permit the event to be produced.

What happens if the Show is cancelled?
Currently, there are no plans to cancel the Show. If it becomes necessary, exhibiting companies would likely be given the option to apply their deposits to the 2022 Show or receive a refund. In the event of a Work Truck Week 2021 cancellation, a formal process would be presented to exhibiting companies, outlining options for consideration.

Will NTEA issue a refund? 
In the event of a Work Truck Week 2021 cancellation, exhibiting companies would likely be given the option to apply their deposits to the 2022 Show or receive a refund.

If an exhibitor cancels for WTS21 and want to exhibit in WTS22, will we still be able to keep the same booth space? 
If an exhibiting company withdraws from the 2021 event, it’s unlikely their current booth would be available for 2022, as it would be placed under contract with another exhibiting firm. Future booth assignments would be governed by the first right of refusal and priority process currently in place.

I have additional questions. Who should I contact?
Please email Sarah Kindinger at sarah@ntea.com for assistance.



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