Our signature event takes place Thursday, March 10, through Sunday, March 13, with a restructured schedule that is tailored to our truck dealer members.
It takes concerted effort and unified voices to effectuate positive change in the commercial truck dealer world.
I invite all dealers and managers to continue pursuing education through ATD’s many curriculum offerings and training.
ATD effectively represents and communicates dealer interests to manufacturers through the Dealer Attitude Survey. Complete the 2021 ATD Dealer Attitude Survey.
Truck dealers continue to face challenges as overly broad regulations, harmful taxes, and unreasonable mandates impact our businesses, customers and employees.
I’m proud to personally invite you to ATD Show 2022, our latest and greatest Show experience in Las Vegas, March 10-13.
Throughout the pandemic, ATD’s advocacy work has continued uninterrupted in the nation’s capital, and many other issues are being tackled at the local and state levels.
While initiatives may change with time, ATD’s core mission stays the same: to serve and represent the needs of truck dealer members through advocacy, industry relations, education and premier member services.
While politics in the nation’s capital may be partisan, truck dealers are more united than ever advocating for their customers, employees, and dealerships. I urge our members to get involved and stay engaged.
We have pulled through one of the most challenging times of our lives, and I’m confident that we’re well-positioned to take advantage of the new year’s opportunities.
December 2020 marks a time that most truck dealers didn’t expect to see in the earlier part of the year: strong growth.
Despite everything that’s taken us to our breaking point, we’ve survived. And I know we’ll come out of 2020 as resilient as ever!
Despite the challenges of this year, truck dealers continued to work hard to keep the ground fertile so that our markets could grow through even the toughest conditions.
We must do everything we can to secure our future in the commercial truck industry, especially as we continue to recover from a global pandemic.
By Steve Bassett, Chairman, American Truck Dealers When we, as a business community, face many unknowns and uncharted territory in front of us, there is power in going back to the […]
With American businesses reopening and reacclimating to the current environment, it’s time to hear from America’s truck dealers through the 2020 ATD Dealer Attitude Survey of Manufacturers.
I urge my fellow dealers and others in the industry to contact their member of Congress this week to convey support for FET suspension and a strong economic recovery.
There are some new and exciting changes coming to ATD’s annual Show. The most important change for our members to note is that the ATD Show will not be held in 2021.
The truck dealers of America have not sat still during COVID-19. Just the opposite: they’ve worked tirelessly to keep employees and customers safe, keep commerce rolling, and support their local communities during this unprecedented time.
We are in uncharted territory. But we’ve weathered crises before, and we can do it again. ATD is here for you. I am here for you. We will make it through this together.
The greatest secret of ATD is that you—our valued member—might not be taking advantage of your membership. I learned years ago that ATD offers so much to all its members.
During his first speech as ATD chairman, Bassett, who also has locations in Toledo, Ohio and Indianapolis, shared his goals and platform for ATD during his two-year term.
In just a few days, I will pass the ATD torch forward to our Incoming Chair Steve Bassett. I’m confident he’ll continue to lead us with a renewed sense of passion, commitment, and vision.
Jim Carroll, leading global futurist and trends and innovation expert, will join the ATD General Session on Saturday, February 15.