America’s Traveling Truck Show, the first of 29 ATTS locations, debuted in Atlanta March 27-29. ATTS exhibitors say they had a successful show, enjoying face-to-face discussions with qualified attendees. As a result, auxiliary power units, seats and even new and used Class 8 trucks were purchased onsite.
“The over-the-road truckers appreciate the effort it takes to bring a trade show to their home away from home, the travel center,” says Robert Lake, vice president and group publisher of Randall-Reilly’s Truck Stop Group. “The Petro Stopping Center in Atlanta was a great facility and a gracious host. Nothing takes the place of face-to-face interaction with customers, and that is what ATTS delivers.”
The next ATTS stop will be at the Petro Stopping Center in Ocala, Fla., Tuesday-Thursday, April 3-5. For more information on how you and your company can participate, go to www.travelingtruckshow.com; call
800-633-5953 and ask for Randy Schwartzenburg at ext. 1261 or Bob Scroggins at ext. 1202; or e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.