Under the banner “Celebrating the Growth of Trucking,” the 2021 ATA MC&E promises to be one of the first times when industry leaders will be able to meet with their peers face-to-face for educational sessions, networking and to hear from government officials and executives about what the present and future hold for trucking.
“Every year, MC&E is a highlight on the trucking calendar,” said ATA Chair Sherri Garner Brumbaugh, president and CEO of Garner Transportation Group, Findlay, Ohio, “and it is such a pleasure to be planning to gather with my fellow ATA members this October in the Music City.”
This year’s event is expected to draw more than 4,000 attendees, feature 200-plus exhibitors, guest speakers from the highest levels of government and business as well as dozens of breakout education sessions, policy committees and meetings – and entertainment at the closing banquet provided by the award-winning Brothers Osborne.
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