Save the date for American Trucking Associations' 2020 Mid-Year Management Session, May 16-20 at the Westin La Paloma Resort, Tucson, Arizona. This event is an important way for ATA members to come together and get involved in the exchange of information, network, hear advocacy updates and influence the direction of the industry.
#MYmgmt20 will offer ATA members a packed program with knowledgeable speakers, policy committee meetings, and key industry updates with valuable insights and new tools to drive your company’s performance goals. Networking highlights include the ATA Opening Reception, the ATA Final Night Dinner, a golf outing, an invitation-only Truck PAC reception and dinner, among many other opportunities.
Watch the two videos on the right for an important message from ATA President & CEO Chris Spear and an overview of what to expect at the meeting.
"I attend because of the committee meetings that I serve on, which enables me to make an impact in the industry."
Greg Brown, Chairman and CEO, BR Williams Trucking Inc.
"I attend the Mid-Year Management Session because I make an investment in my membership of ATA. Going to the meeting gives me the latest information as to what's going on in the industry and what's relevant today."
Clifton Parker, President and General Manager, G & P Trucking
"This meeting gives you a chance to sit down and visit with the people in our industry and see what is going on with some of the challenges they have been facing from the transition time between MCE until the Mid-Year Management Session. People seem more relaxed at Mid-Year. It's really enjoyable. You get a chance to do more of that one-on-one with carrier partners."
Tom Lee, Owner, Empire Warehouse, Inc.
"The ATA Mid-Year Management Session is more intimate so the ability to have some good in-depth conversations and dialogues with other industry leaders and counterparts has definitely brought great value to me and my organization."
Brent Bois, President and CEO, Calhoun Truck Lines
"ATA provides an environment for members to co-mingle with others around the country and for operators like myself that might be a little more regionalized. It allows me to see who's doing what in other parts of the country, for better or for worse. We learn from other motor carriers and what they are doing, and we take that back to review in our own operations."
Randy Guillot, President of Triple G Express, Inc. and Southeastern Motor Freight, Inc.