America’s largest trucking trade show is just weeks away — and if you’d like to get in to the event free of charge, you need to act fast.
This year, the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) is happening on March 28 – 30 in Louisville, Kentucky, where more than 1000 of the industry’s top vendors will be showcasing the latest trucks and and technology in a 1 million square foot showroom at the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Your chance to attend MATS for free thanks to early bird registration is ending on February 28, but it’s not too late — You can click here to reserve your spot free of charge. After February 28, attendees will pay $10 at the door for entry into MATS.
If you decide to attend MATS, you’ll be able to enjoy community with fellow truckers as well as other events like the PKY Truck Beauty Championship show truck competition, musical entertainment from Red Eye Radio, educational seminars, a listening session with FMCSA, meetings with recruiters for drivers looking for new job opportunities, and a free MATS concert featuring country music stars Michael Ray and Runaway June.
If you’d like to bring your truck to MATS, event organizers are offering 30 acres of free overnight truck parking at Cardinal Stadium, less than a mile from the Kentucky Exposition Center. Attendees who use the free truck parking lot will also be able to use a free shuttle from the stadium to MATS and will have access to portable restrooms and hot showers.
MATS was created in the early 1970s and has grown to become one of the most prestigious trucking trade shows in the nation, hosting more than 70,000 attendees per year.
The Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) is offering free early bird tickets to those who register now.➡ Register here for free: http://bit.ly/mats2019Come to MATS and see 1 million square feet of everything new in trucking (We'll be there too!)✔ Beautiful show trucks✔ The latest trucks and trucking technology✔ Free concerts✔ Plus a whole lot more➡ Register here for free: http://bit.ly/mats2019
Posted by CDLLife.com on Wednesday, February 13, 2019