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Used Truck Association Convention to provide economic outlook

Sept. 19, 2022
The UTA Convention, taking place Nov. 9-12, will speak on today’s economic environment and the impact on the used truck market.

The upcoming 2022 Used Truck Association (UTA) Convention, taking place in National Harbor, Maryland, will have two of the most knowledgeable economic experts in the used truck industry speak on today’s economic environment.

Chris Kuehl, managing director of Armada Corporate Intelligence and chief economist for several organizations, has spoken at other UTA Conventions, offering his insightful overview and comments regarding the U.S. economy.

Steve Tam, VP of ACT Research, which specializes in analyzing the commercial truck industry, will also be speaking. Tam’s area of focus is the used truck industry. This has helped make him a subject matter expert for used trucks. His comments will encompass topics such as used truck inventory, used truck pricing, and other factors of interest to truck and equipment dealers and attendees.

The yearly event is the largest used commercial truck meeting of the year, attracting hundreds of attendees from across North America. The convention is full of networking events, instructive workshops, and informational and educational presentations.

“One of the highlights of each UTA Convention is when we honor our nation’s veterans, particularly UTA members who have served in the military,” said Michelle Ober, UTA Convention Chair. “We take great pride in honoring the sacrifices, courage, and patriotism of the men and women who have served in the military and those who have fought valiantly to defeat tyranny and protect the liberties we hold most dear. All of us at the UTA believe this is an important and significant action for us to do each year.”

This year’s 23rd Annual UTA Convention is being held November 9-12 at the Gaylord National Resort on the Potomac River in National Harbor, Maryland.

For information on the UTA Convention, click here. For more information on the speakers, please reference ‘Convention Speakers’ at uta.org.