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ATA launches free industry broadcast event

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The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) will launch a free industry broadcast event featuring special interest industry stories and exclusive interviews from ATA partners and programs, followed by an interactive Q&A segment and the delivery of the 2020 National Trucking Industry Awards.

ATA Live will be broadcast from 12pm on Wednesday 23 September. Viewers will be able to take part in interactive program elements and have the chance to win exclusive prizes and giveaways. It will be hosted by Sunrise’s Mark Beretta.

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“Delivered in an innovative broadcast format, ATA Live will connect and engage the trucking industry, showcasing industry stories, special interest pieces and exclusive interviews,” said ATA CEO Ben Maguire.

“While we were unable to hold our Trucking Australia conference as planned in April, our sponsors and partners have continued their support and allowed us to deliver this new, dynamic online event.”

ATA LIVE is a free event that will showcase never-before-seen segments as well as industry favourites.

“2020 has been a tough year for the trucking industry. With the support of our sponsors and partners we are committed to showcasing what makes our industry great and celebrating our achievements with an event that is accessible to anybody, no matter where they are located,” said Mr Maguire.

During ATA Live, winners of the 2020 National Trucking Industry Awards and the 2020 Kenworth Legends will be revealed; with participants in the Daimler Truck and Bus Future Leaders’ Forum also showcased.

“We are excited for the return of Trucking Q&A with Tony Jones, an opportunity for industry to have their say on the issues that matter and put their questions to our expert panel,” added Mr Maguire.

“Now more than ever, the trucking industry needs to be supported and recognised for its hard work.”

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