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North American Truck Show announces show schedule for 2004 debut in Baltimore

BOSTON, Mass. -- The 2004 North American Truck Show will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center on April 29 thr...


BOSTON, Mass. — The 2004 North American Truck Show will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center on April 29 through May 1.

The convention center is located on Pratt Street on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and is easily accessible. Plenty of attendee and exhibitor parking spots are available at Camden Yards and big rigs can park for free. Admission to the event is also free. Tickets are available online at www.truckingexpo.com or by calling 800-225-1577.

The show floor will be open to all attendees during the following hours: Thursday, April 29 10 am to 5 pm; Friday, April 30 12 pm to 8 pm; Saturday, May 1 9 am to 4 pm

2004 show highlights include: JJ Keller business improvement seminars (visit www.jjkeller.com/2004nats2); Expedited Trucking resources and information (offered by ExpressTrucking.com); Stars and Stripes Truck Show Event; Ol’ Blue USA Safety Center; Complimentary shuttle service to/from area TA Truck Stops (I-95, Exit 57 and I-95 and Rte. 175, Jessup Exit 41A).

According to show director Greg Coughlin, the 2004 show will feature over 600 exhibitors including medium and heavy-duty truck manufacturers, body and trailer companies and truck component and parts suppliers.

"The economy is poised for a boom," said Coughlin. "This is just the right time for truck operators and fleets from all vocations to gather the information they need to take full advantage of the upturn. The North American Truck Show provides attendees with a fun, friendly and relaxed environment where they can learn about the latest products, services and trends that can improve their bottom lines and drive their success."


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