5th Annual Trucking Roundup Planned For Great American Trucking Show

By: Owneroperatorjob.com

5th Annual Trucking Roundup Planned For Great American Trucking Show


5th Annual Trucking Roundup Planned For Great American Trucking Show
Dave & Buster?s To Be Venue Again This Year

(Anniston, AL ? July 16, 2003) Trucking companies exhibiting at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas are invited to attend the 5th Annual Trucking Roundup on Thursday, September 25.

The event is co-sponsored by Driver?s Legal Plan, ClassADrivers.com (OwnerOperatorJob.com), XM Satellite Radio, the National Association of Independent Truckers (NAIT), and American Graphics Group and will be held at Dave & Buster?s, a unique restaurant, bar and adult arcade, located near the Dallas Convention Center.

Guests will enjoy a buffet meal, open bar, billiards, and shuffleboard. Attendees will also receive a Power Card to use for interactive arcade games and simulators in Dave & Buster?s Million-Dollar Midway. ?We had a similar event at Dave & Buster?s in Dallas last year and everyone had a great time,? Brad Bentley, publisher of American Graphics Group, said. ?We are familiar with the venue, and have made some slight changes that should provide a fun evening for everyone.?

Space is limited, so make your reservations early. Companies can RSVP by calling Annie Bearden at 256-241-3309. For more information on Dave & Busters, visit their website at www.daveandbusters.com.

About the sponsors:

Driver?s Legal Plan makes the highest quality legal representation affordable to the common CDL driver. It is a true national law firm dedicated entirely to protecting the rights of truck drivers, and therefore the interests of trucking companies.

ClassADrivers.com is your #1 Internet source for trucking jobs and driver and owner operator recruiting.

XM Satellite Radio is a subscription based radio service with 101 channels, including music, news, sports, talk, NASCAR and Open Road for truck drivers.

The National Association of Independent Truckers (NAIT) is an organization that represents more than 25,000 independent contractors and owner operators by utilizing purchasing power to reduce costs and solve common problems and providing a comprehensive catalog of member benefits.

American Graphics Group publishes Driving Force, rpm, Big Rig Owner and Highway Bound magazines.