North American Truck Show to rotate between venues

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BOSTON, Mass. — The North American Truck Show will alternate between Baltimore, Maryland and Boston, Mass. beginning next year.

“We are very excited about our growth to Baltimore because we know that our exhibitors will greatly benefit from an expanded market,” says Greg Coughlin, show director. “The Baltimore market is 50 percent larger than Boston. And, like Boston, Baltimore has a high population of small fleets and owner operators who come to the show looking to actually purchase equipment and services. Statistics reveal that more than three-fourths of our attendees have high decision-making capability. That truly makes us a selling show.”

Next year’s show will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center Apr. 29 – May 1. The following year, it will be held in the new Boston Convention and Exposition Center.

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