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2016 ATA Leadership Meeting

May 1-3, 2016
Marriott Marquis, Washington, DC

2016 ATA Leadership Meeting

Mark your calendar for the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Leadership Meeting, May 1-3, at the Marriott Marquis in the nation’s capital, Washington, DC.

If you need hotel accommodations, please contact Marsha Barninger, ATA Registration and Housing Manager at mbarninger@trucking.org or call (407) 359-6934.

All ATA members are cordially invited to attend this essential meeting. Whether you are a motor carrier or a supplier, our goals are the same: to strengthen our business and support our industry. The three day meeting schedule includes general sessions, task force and policy committee meetings, political and regulatory discussions and networking events.

The meeting will take place at the new Marriott Marquis, located in the heart of Washington, DC. The hotel is located 5 miles from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and 30 miles from Washington Dulles International Airport. This property is one of only five Marriott Marquis in the country and is surrounded by fascinating museums, theaters, shops, and restaurants. You can also find popular attractions such as Chinatown, the Verizon Center, and the Gallery Place within walking distance.

The meeting will kick off on Sunday, May 1 and run through Tuesday, May 3, concluding with the ATA Leadership Reception and Banquet.

For more information regarding the meeting, please contact the ATA Event Services Department at (866) 729-3932 or meetingsteam@trucking.org

If you have questions regarding Membership, please contact (888) 333-1759 or atamembership@trucking.org

Please visit the ATA website, http://meetings.trucking.org for a complete schedule of the 2016-2017 ATA events.


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