Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long will be the keynote speakers at the 2017 Work Truck Event which is scheduled for March 14ndash17 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Indiana Courtesy of Pro Football Mock
<p>Terry Bradshaw and <span data-scayt-lang="en_US" data-scayt-word="Howie">Howie</span> Long will be the keynote speakers at the 2017 Work Truck Event, which is scheduled for March 14&ndash;17 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. </p>

Football Hall of Famers Offer Keynote Speech at Work Truck Show

The Association for the Work Truck Industry (NTEA) welcomes Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long to be keynote speakers at the The Work Truck Show 2017, which stands as the largest work-truck event in North America. These two Pro Football Hall of Fame-ers will share business insights that tie into the Hall's five core values: commitment, integrity, courage, respect, and excellence. Their address takes place Thursday, March 16, as part of the President’s Breakfast & NTEA Annual Meeting. 

The 2017 event is scheduled for March 14–17 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Educational sessions begin March 14, and the exhibit hall is open March 15–17.

“You can expect this keynote address to be both informative and entertaining,” says Adam Keane, 2017 NTEA Convention chairman, and executive vice-president of Allied Body Works Inc. “Long and Bradshaw know a lot about teamwork and achievement. They are both successful athletes, business owners and movie stars, as well as community and charitable supporters. Their style is fun, and their message inspirational.”

Bradshaw was the first quarterback to win four Super Bowl championships, and piloted the Pittsburgh Steelers while calling his own plays. After retiring from the game in 1984, he went on to become an award-winning broadcast sports analyst. He is also a movie and television actor, an author of five books, a breeder of championship quarter horses, and has recorded four albums as a gospel/country singer. In addition, he owned his own cattle-breeding business. 

Regarded as one of the most-feared defensive players in the NFL, Long was a member of the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders for 13 seasons, including the Super Bowl-winning 1984 season. He has won an Emmy award for his career as a sports analyst, and has appeared in five movies. He has been a television-advertising brand ambassador for many national brands, and co-authored the book, “Football for Dummies.” He is a co-owner and contributor to the interactive digital sports network,The Experts Network (TXN). He is active in a number of charitable and philanthropic endeavors, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.

To purchase a ticket and register for the Show, visit worktruckshow.com

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