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Nov
16

Stakeholde​r Discounted Registrati​on for NTEA’s Green Truck Show

Virginia Clean Cities’ partners at NTEA are once again offering Virginia Clean Cities and stakeholders a discounted rate to their spring show, or just complementary entrance to the exhibit hall for those interested in a national showcase of technology. Those interested in attending the NTEA’s Green Truck Summit scheduled for March 5 and 6, 2013, as well as entrance to the Ride N Drive, Work Truck Exhibit Hall as well as one of the educational sessions being offered during the Work Truck Show, can do so at a rate of $279.00.

More information, including the preliminary agenda, for the Green Truck Summit can be found here: http://ntea.com/worktruckshow/index.aspx?id=18868. More information on the Work Truck Show can be found here:  http://ntea.com/worktruckshow/about/. These shows run back to back with each other and are top quality programs for the U.S. transportation market.

The Green Truck Summit attracted nearly 800 attendees, including Secretary Chu, this past year and offers a variety of educational sessions related to alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles, primarily focused on the medium to heavy duty vehicle markets.  The Work Truck Show and Expo, which immediately follows the Green Truck Summit, draws nearly 10,000 attendees each year and the show floor offers the opportunity to network with all varieties of OEM and truck body manufacturers.

If you are interested in just access to the Work Truck Show Exhibit Hall, access is complimentary but you must still register in order to gain entrance to the hall.

Virginia Clean Cities recommends booking a hotel room if you are even considering attending, to ensure you have a convenient place to stay. You can find a list of hotels that are offering special rates in connection with the conference here: http://ntea.com/worktruckshow/index.aspx?id=1046

Clean Cities will once again be exhibiting in the Exhibit Hall and VCC is submitting programs for consideration in the agenda.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Virginia Clean Cities should you have any questions.