Truck World announces event lineup (April 01, 2006)

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TORONTO, Ont. – Truck World has confirmed its speaker and event lineup for the 2006 show to be held at the International Centre in Toronto, Apr. 20.

The show features 300,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space and will include 400 exhibitors and an estimated 20,000 visitors, organizers say.

The show will kick off with a VIP breakfast where Freightliner president and CEO Chris Patterson will speak.

It’s a ticketed event, which will be held Apr. 20 at 8 a.m.

There’s also a career fair Apr. 21 which will allow visitors to explore a career in trucking.

“Whether you’re interested in driving, dispatching, sales, IT or personnel, you’ll find something of interest,” said Elizabeth McCullough, manager, show division.

Truck World will also feature a number of seminars, including: Cost Per Mile – What Does it Really Cost you to Operate?; Myths Surrounding Re-Treaded Tires; and Improving your Investment through Lubricants.

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