MONCTON, N.B. — The Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA), which owns and operates the Atlantic Truck Show, says the 13th edition of the event exceeded all of its expectations in terms of exhibitors, content and visitor attendance.
Despite wet weather on day one, nearly 11,731 visitors flocked to the Moncton Coliseum during the two-day event held June 12-13.
The show featured big rigs and a host of industry-related products and services on display.
“Exhibitors put on a show that could only be described as awesome, with all the major manufacturers and brands well represented with impressive displays featuring the latest trucks and trucking related products on the market today,” the APTA said in a release. “We now look towards 2011 and our next edition of the Atlantic Truck Show and wish all of our visitors and exhibitors continued success until then.”
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