Marvin Johnson & Associates to sponsor NTTC economic programming

The National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc. (NTTC) announced that Marvin Johnson & Associates will provide an exclusive sponsorship agreement in support of its regular economic programming each year at the NTTC’s Annual Conference & Exhibits Show. This year’s address features ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello, who will provide insight into the continued progress of trucking’s most robust segment. 

“We really appreciate an opportunity to partner with a recognized industry leader like Marvin Johnson & Associates,” said NTTC President Daniel R. Furth. “As we work to strengthen our Annual Conference, our event-planning efforts are aided immensely by the generous support of Marvin Johnson & Associates and our many other sponsors.”

“Our agency recognizes the unique nature of the tank truck industry and we’re pleased to offer support that can make a difference for NTTC’s membership,” said Marvin Johnson & Associates’ Senior Vice President Ed Donovan. “Bob Costello’s economic outlook is a highly anticipated presentation each year given the ever-changing landscape for tank truckers. We enjoy working closely with the NTTC and many of its carrier members and we felt that this sponsorship opportunity was an ideal way for our agency to show its commitment to the industry.”

 The 66thAnnual Conference & Exhibits Show will be held from April 27 through 29 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, NV. The Conference keynote address will be provided by widely-recognized hero and pilot Captain Chesley B. (Sully) Sullenberger, III, best known for the Miracle on the Hudson.  Other event highlights include a presentation from ATA Chairman Philip L. Byrd, Sr., the presentation of the NTTC’s Outstanding Performance Trophy recognizing the safety performance of the industry’s top fleets sponsored by Heil Trailer International, and other segment specific programming and first-class peer networking.

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