HDT Publisher David Moniz (right) was on hand at last year's ATD Show to award Oscar Horton,...

HDT Publisher David Moniz (right) was on hand at last year's ATD Show to award Oscar Horton, president and CEO of Sun State International Trucks, in Tampa, Florida, with the 2020 Truck Dealer of the Year Award.

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The American Truck Dealers has canceled the 2021 ATD Show, which was scheduled to be held in January 2021 in New Orleans. The next ATD Show will be held in 2022 in Las Vegas, in conjunction with the annual NADA Show.

The 2021 NADA Show will still be held as planned in New Orleans Jan. 21-24, with ATD members invited to attend and take advantage of educational workshop sessions, networking events, and expo floor.

“This change to the ATD Show schedule has been under consideration for some time. Our overall goal is to take the time and actions needed that will result in an ATD Show that America’s truck dealers look forward to,” said ATD Chairman Steve Bassett, dealer principal of General Truck Sales. “We want dealers to have the confidence that our convention will always be an inspiring, first class event well worth their increasingly valuable time.”

ATD anticipates that the rescheduling will result in an improved ATD Show that is responsive to the business climate in today’s commercial truck industry.

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