CHICAGO, Ill. — Organizers of the Work Truck Show, to be held March 4-6 at the McCormick Place West Building in Chicago, say exhibit space is selling quickly and registration is just around the corner.
The National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), which hosts the show each year, says the show is continuing to grow.
“Exhibitors are excited about our Chicago location and are buoyed by the success they had at the Work Truck Show 2008,” says Andrew Outcalt, NTEA convention chairman and president of Meyer Products LLC and Swenson Spreader LLC (Cleveland, OH). “As a result, many have invested in more booth space and have reserved their space earlier, to ensure that they are not left out. This is good news for show attendees, who will benefit from exploring the extensive array of new and innovative products on display and talking one-on-one with engineers and other technical personnel staffing the exhibits.”
Organizers say booth space is now 95% sold. Registration will begin Oct. 1 and can be completed online at www.ntea.com. The show focuses on Class 1-8 work trucks and related equipment.
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