HTAA Healthy Trucking Summit expands

Feb. 2, 2011
The Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) announced that the HTAA Healthy Trucking Summit, held annually in Atlanta, will be expanded in 2011 to provide more health and wellness resources and accommodate more attendees.

The Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) announced that the HTAA Healthy Trucking Summit, held annually in Atlanta, will be expanded in 2011 to provide more health and wellness resources and accommodate more attendees.

Each year the HTAA invites trucking fleet safety directors, human resources directors, recruitment and retention managers, and other trucking fleet executives and industry leaders to attend the summit and receive information and resources to help drivers get healthy and live longer lives. In response to popular demand, the HTAA has increased the capacity of the summit for 2011, so that it can accommodate more fleet executives as well as executives from state trucking associations.

The 2011 HTAA Healthy Trucking Summit will be held March 1-3 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center, located in Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta GA. The 2011 event will feature sessions on obesity and weight loss, sleep Disorders, hypertension and heart health, respiratory health, and diabetes. Featured speakers include Dr Benisse Lester, FMCSA chief medical officer, and nationally recognized experts in health, wellness, and nutrition.

Individuals and companies interested in attending the summit can apply by visiting www.HealthyTruck.org and clicking on the 2011 HTAA Healthy Trucking Summit button.

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