TORONTO, Ont. — Truck World Corporation recently announced that the next Truck World, Canada’s National Truck Show, will take place April 20, 21 and 22, 2006 at the International Centre in Toronto.
Truck World 2004 showcased more than 375 exhibitors from across Canada and the U.S. There were 16,760 registered guests, including fleet owners, managers and owner/operators. They came from across Canada and bordering states to see more than 300,000 square feet of new products, technologies and services and attend seminars and workshops held in conjunction with the show.
"Truck World 2004 was very successful, however we’re not going to be satisfied with the status quo’, stated Elizabeth McCullough, Truck World manager, "The 2006 show will have a number of new programs that will provide even more value for our exhibitors and visitors."
One of the new programs is the online gallery of new products. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to place photographs and descriptions of their new products in this special cyber-gallery, which will be located on the show’s Web site.
With close to 50 per cent of the exhibit space already pre-booked, Truck World 2006 sales are expected to be good.
Truck World Corporation is a subsidiary of New Communications Group.
For more details, visit www.truckworld.ca or call Elizabeth McCullough at (416)614-5817.
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