Oct. 4 , 2017
GTA moves the industry forward
The Green Truck Association (GTA) offers vital resources to members on technologies to increase sustainability and efficiency.

Not a member? Join today. If you're a member, we encourage you to recommend GTA membership to other organizations committed to the green truck industry. 

Contact us at 800-441-6832 or gtainfo@ntea.com for more information.
Sponsor the 2018 Green Truck Summit
Green Truck Summit, held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show, offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to help your business market its products and services to the industry. View sponsorship opportunities.

Questions? Contact NTEA Director of Event Sales Kathy Swartzentrover at kathy@ntea.com or 248-479-8908.


Registration and housing open for The Work Truck Show® 2018
When: March 6-9, 2018
Where:  Indiana Convention Center - Indianapolis, Indiana
What:  Educational sessionsGreen Truck Summit and  Fleet Technical Congress begin Tuesday, March 6. The exhibit hall  is open March 7-9.
Register: Customizable registration packages to fit your Work Truck Show needs.
Book a room:  NTEA-negotiated hotel rates available online or by calling 317-262-8191, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST.
Who:  Contact NTEA at 800-441-6832 or info@ntea.com.  

More event details at worktruckshow.com.
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