2020 Regional Member Meetings
Connect with MTA Members in Your Area. Discuss issues impacting your business. Learn what is ahead for the Minnesota trucking industry in 2020. Hear from the FMCSA and Commercial Enforcement.
The meetings will be be held from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Lunch will be provided
Cost is $25.00 per person
New Ulm REGISTER
Tuesday, January 14
New Ulm Conference Center
2101 S. Broadway
New Ulm, MN 56073
Thursday, January 16
Rochester Community & Technical College
Heintz Center Campus (Room H 1418)
1926 Collegeview Rd SE
Rochester, MN 55904
Tuesday, January 28
Maslowski Wellness & Research Center
17 5th St. SW
Wadena, MN 56482
Ebner Insurance/AMP Insurance
Thursday, January 30
Black Woods Grill
2525 London Rd
Duluth, MN 55812
Who Should Attend MTA’s Regional Meetings?
All members of the Minnesota Trucking Association.
Why Attend a Regional Meeting?
Our regional meetings allow you to connect with MTA members in your area, to share best practices, to receive the latest industry news, to hear what the MTA is working on, and to give you a chance to share your voice on issues impacting your business. This feedback allows the MTA to understand what your pain points are, so we can help find solutions to the issues that matter to you most.
Can More Than One Person From My Company Attend the Meeting?
Yes, you may register as many people as you would like to attend.
How Much Does it Cost to Attend the Meeting?
The meeting fee is $25.00 per person and includes lunch.
What Can I Expect at the Regional Meeting?
Special guests from FMCSA and Commercial Enforcement will be giving updates. You will have the opportunity to talk about issues impacting your business during the open forum. Also, MTA President John Hausladen will be giving his President's Report on MTA and industry updates.
Can I invite a Non-member to Attend a Regional Meeting?
Yes, please feel free to invite non-member carriers from your area to attend the meeting. This is an excellent opportunity for non-members to get to know the MTA and its members.
Photo from the 2018 Rochester Regional Meeting