2018 ATA Annual Convention Program Guide

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Welcome to the

Gorgeous Emerald Coast I’d like to welcome you to the Alabama Trucking Association’s 80th Annual Convention and Meeting. Planning for this event is a lengthy process, but I have enjoyed serving our great Association with its goal of making its annual meeting a top-notch event. You’ll see the results of the incredible efforts our Convention Committee, Board Members, and staff, all of whom have invested time and effort to make this important gathering successful. Fen Church, 2018 ATA Most importantly, I want to acknowledge the incredible Convention Chairman support of our ATA membership. I know we say this every year, but this year has topped all other meetings for sponsorship and attendance – as of this printing we expect well more than 450 paid attendees and guests this weekend. Our convention committee brought their A-game to make sure the financial success of this meeting is secure. We are very grateful to each sponsor’s contributions. A full list of these businesses is available at the centerspread of this booklet. As you look over the list, you’ll see familiar names and logos. Many, if not all, are regular supporters of this Association and its many endeavors to make trucking great. The next few days will be packed with informative meetings, exciting events, and entertainment offerings. On top of that, you are here to network with the best business leaders our industry has to offer. Our meeting agenda focuses on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for trucking. Together, we can find solutions that will benefit each of us, no matter what industry niche we fill or business sector we serve. We are all in this together. The success of the entire industry is for the good of us all – and that success starts this week, here in Destin. If you have questions, concerns or suggestions about this meeting, please find me or an ATA staffer, and we will do everything within our grasp to assist you. In the meantime, the following pages provide the information you need to make the most of this meeting. We’re glad you’re here. Fenn Church 2018 ATA Convention Chairman Church Transportation & Logistics, Inc. Birmingham, Ala.

Table of Contents Welcome ����������������������������������������������� Agenda �������������������������������������������������� Friday ��������������������������������������������������� Keynote Speaker ���������������������������������� Map ������������������������������������������������������� Saturday �����������������������������������������������

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Sponsors ������������������������������������������ 8-9 Events + Activities ������������������������ 10-11 Sponsors for Events + Items ���������������12 Chairman’s Reception + Dinner ��������� 13 Webb Award ��������������������������������������� 14 Chevy 6 ������������������������������������������������ 15

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Agenda At A Glance


Make your plans with this agenda! Thursday – APRIL 26th

2:00 – 5:00 P.M. • Open Registration, Emerald Registration Booth

4:30 – 5:00 P.M. • TRUK PAC Board Meeting, Pelican

5:00 – 7:00 P.M. • ATA Welcome Reception, Barefoot Deck


8:00 – 11:00 A.M. • Registration, Emerald Registration Booth

8:00 – 11:00 A.M. • ATA Session #1 & Breakfast, Emerald Ballroom Keynote Speaker(s): Steve Gilliland, Author, Businessman, Comedian Rorke Denver, former US Navy SEAL Commander 11:00 A.M. – NOON • ATA Foundation Board of Directors, Heron Room

1:00 – 4:00 P.M. • Poolside Hospitality, Poolside

5:00 – 7:00 P.M. • ATA WCSIF Reception, Emerald Ballroom

Free Evening...


8:00 – 11:00 A.M. • Registration, Emerald Registration Booth

8:00 – 11:00 A.M. • ATA Business Session #2 & Breakfast, Emerald Ballroom ATA Annual Membership Meeting Speaker – Dave Manning, Chairman-American Trucking Assns. ATA Workers’ Comp Fund Membership Meeting

11:30 A.M. • Golfer’s Lunch, Raven Course

12:00 – 5:00 P.M. • Golf Tournament, Raven Course

1:00 – 4:00 P.M. • Poolside Hospitality, Poolside

6:30 – 7:00 P.M. • Chairman’s Reception, Emerald Ballroom Foyer

7:00 – 9:00 P.M. • Chairman’s Dinner, Emerald Ballroom Honoring Terry Kilpatrick, Chairman of the Board

9:00 P.M. – Until • Entertainment by Chevy 6

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Friday Welcome these great speakers!

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 8-11 A.M. – Emerald BALLROOM Steve Gilliland Steve Gilliland is one of the most in-demand speakers in the world. Recognized as a master storyteller and brilliant comedian, he can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s Laugh USA. With an appeal that transcends barriers of age, culture and occupation—plus an interactive and entertaining style—Steve shows audiences how to open doors to success in their careers, their relationships and their lives. In addition to his brilliant speaking career, Steve is a prolific, accomplished author, evidenced by four of his books—Enjoy The Ride, Making a Difference, Hide Your Goat and Detour—perennially making the publisher’s bestseller list and his being named Author of the Year. His thought-provoking writing style makes his articles a favorite with nationally prominent magazines. He influences the lives of millions through his presentations, books, CDs and DVDs. Speaking the language of active business leaders, his books and recordings identify practical lessons that grow people and their businesses. As a businessman, Steve built a multimillion-dollar company from the ground up on the same philosophy he expounds to his audiences. If you continually learn more about your company, your industry, your customer and yourself, you will always be a leader. You will be purpose-driven rather than process-driven, and you will make a difference. His motto is straightforward: “If you take care of people, the business will follow.” He has been recognized by Who’s Who for Speakers and Business Professionals, and The Pittsburgh Business Times named his company one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the region. Steve was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area, resides in North Carolina and travels the world. He received his bachelor’s degree from Grove City College (Pennsylvania) and his MBA from Globe University (Minnesota). He is a proud grandpa, devoted father of four boys and a loving husband to his wife, Diane. Steve learned great compassion for people and a commitment to a hard work and balanced life ethic at the knee of his highly principled Christian mother and stepfather. Whether Steve is speaking at an event, writing about current issues that impact people or leading his own employees, he is not just a person who challenges people to change, he motivates them to do so. We promise anyone who hears his message leaves with a renewed sense of enthusiasm for who they are and for what really matters.

Be sure to attend the ATA Workers’ Comp Fund Reception Friday evening from 5-7 P.M. in the Emerald Ballroom.

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Keynote Speaker


Be inspired, be informed! FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 8-11 A.M. – Emerald BALLROOM Rorke Denver We’re so very proud to present our keynote speaker, actor and author, and former United States Navy SEALs Commander Rorke Denver. He is best known for his role as Lieutenant Rorke in the 2012 film Act of Valor and appearances as team leader in the Fox Television series, American Grit. During his outstanding military career, Mr. Denver ran every phase of training for the U.S. Navy SEALs and led special-forces missions in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and many other international hot spots. After completing the SEALs’ legendary Basic Underwater Demolition program in 1999 (BUD/S Class 224), Denver began an action-filled 13-year career as a platoon commander and training leader with America’s premier special-operations force. As assistant officer in charge of BRAVO Platoon at SEAL Team THREE, he was deployed to the Central and South American Area of Operations (SOUTCOM), where his platoon was the alert SEAL team for maritime interdiction, hostage rescue, counter-insurgency and counter-narcotics. As SEAL officer aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, Denver led his group’s response to a murderous uprising in the Ivory Coast nation of Liberia, launching advanced-force operations, conducting hydrographic beach reconnaissance and helping to get U.S. Marines safely ashore. At Special Boat Team TWELVE, he started the Maritime Capable Air Deployable Boat Detachment, which specialized in parachuting large assault boats from U.S. aircraft. In 2006, he was officer in charge of BRAVO Platoon of SEAL Team THREE in Iraq’s Al Anbar Province in one of the most combat-heavy deployments of any regular SEAL team since Vietnam. After returning to the U.S., Denver was appointed flag lieutenant to Admiral Joseph Maguire, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare, traveling to Afghanistan and briefing Congress on SEAL operations. In 2009, he became First Phase officer of SEAL Basic Training including Hell Week, then rose to Basic Training officer. His New York Times bestseller, Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, takes you inside his personal story and the fascinating, demanding SEAL training program he now oversees. In his second book Worth Dying For: A Navy SEALs Call to a Nation, Rorke tackles the questions that have emerged about America’s past decade at war–from what makes a hero to why we fight and what it does to us. Denver is an honor graduate of the United States Army Ranger School. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Syracuse University, where he was an All-American lacrosse player and captain of the varsity lacrosse team. He earned a Master’s Degree in Global Business Leadership from the University of San Diego.



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Business Session + Membership Meetings Alabama Trucking Association Annual Membership Meeting Saturday morning’s Business Session will feature presentations from key ATA leaders to discuss topics affecting our Association and the entire trucking industry. Featured speaker for this session is current American Trucking Associations Chairman Dave Manning, president of the Nashville-based TCW, Inc., which was founded in 1948 as a small family-owned warehousing business serving the finished tobacco industry. Manning joined the company in 1985 and was instrumental in its growth from a single terminal to a diversified transportation enterprise with more than 600 employees and $80 million in annual revenue. Today, the company offers a network of diversified transportation services throughout the Southeast. Services include intermodal operations, consolidation and distribution, dedicated transportation, specialized transportation, and warehousing. Manning has served in many roles in the Tennessee Trucking Association, the American Trucking Associations, and the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA). He currently serves as Chairman of ATA, co-chair of the Truck Pac for TTA, and as the Treasurer of IANA. He also has served for more than a decade as a member on the 9-member Committee that administers the Uniform Intermodal Interchange Agreement, the standard interchange agreement for the intermodal industry. He graduated Summa cum Laude from Tennessee Technology University in Cookeville, Tenn. with a BS in Business Management. He married his junior high school sweetheart, Betsy, in 1975. They have two children and six grandchildren.

ATA Workers’ Comp Fund Membership Meeting (All convention guests are welcome to attend and participate) Following Mr. Manning’s presentation, ATA Comp Fund leadership and staff will showcase why it’s considered among the best and most comprehensive workers’ compensation selfinsurance funds in the country. For onwards of three decades, the Fund has provided hardworking trucking businesses of all sizes and types with stable, competitive services and a comprehensive benefits program to keep operational costs down and productivity high. More than 300 trucking businesses have taken advantage of benefits such as preferred pricing discounts, loss control, risk management, claims management, and individualized deductibles. Today, the Fund is as committed as ever to providing affordable coverage for all members. For more information on the ATA Comp Fund please visit www.atacompfund.org.

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Alabama Motor Express Aon Transportation and Logistics Practice Assured Partners Austill Lewis Pipkin & Maddox, PC Baggett Transportation Baldwin Transfer Co., Inc. Ball, Ball, Matthews & Novak BMO Transportation Finance

Bridgestone Commercial Solutions Capital Volvo Truck and Trailer Carlisle Medical Columbus Tire Co., Inc. Comdata Continental Tire the Americas Dunn Building Company, LLC Empire Truck Sales, LLC Farris Evans Insurance Agency, Inc.

Heritage Freight Warehouse & Logistics LLC Highland Technical Services, Inc. Hill, Hill, Carter, Franco, Cole & Black, PC Hornady Transportation LLC IBERIABANK J. J. Keller & Associates Long-Lewis Truck & Tractor

Meritor, Inc. Michelin North America Omnitracs, LLC Ox Bodies, Inc. PACCAR Parts PeopleNet Perdido Trucking Service, LLC Pitts Media Premium 2000+ Warranties

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Thompson/Caterpillar Transport Trailer Center Transportation & Logistical Services Travel Centers of America Turner & Hamrick W. H. Thomas Oil Co. Wal-Mart Transportation, LLC Wells Fargo Equipment Finance Wilks Tire & Battery Service, Inc. Yokohama Tire Corp.

Avondale Trucking ErgoScience, Inc. Fuller Wraehouse & Gin, Inc. Godwin Material J P Transportation Safety Consulting, LLC Orbcomm PR Companies Willis Insurance

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Events + Activities Enjoy your stay! PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR SOME OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS Visit the Convention Registration Desk for complete details and last minute changes to your literary. (No guarantee that last-minute requests or changes can be accommodated.)

THURSDAY, APRIL 26 WELCOME RECEPTION, 5-7 P.M., Barefoot DECK Join your friends, family and colleagues on the Barefoot Deck (near the hotel pool, overlooking the beach) as we kickoff ATA’s 80th Annual Convention + Meeting. It’s an evening of fun, food, beverages and great company. A full bar is provided with heavy hors d’oeuvres, deserts and other edibles provided by our ATA Convention ACT I sponsors. Don’t leave early, all guests are eligible for drawings for awesome door prizes provided by WTI Transport.

FRIDAY, APRIL 27 POOLSIDE Hospitality, 1-4 P.M., SPA POOL After the morning meetings, come lounge by the pool, soak in the sun, read a book, take a nap, relax, and maybe enjoy a drink (…or two). Join your friends and other attendees for free beverages by the pool Friday and Saturday afternoon beginning at 1 p.m. Friday’s Poolside Cabana is made possible by EFS – a WEX Company, Equipment Solutions KLLM-FFE, Evergreen Transport LLC, Great West Casualty Co., Transport Enterprise Leasing, LLC, and Volvo Trucks North America.

LADIES COMPLIMENTARY SPA TREATMENT, FRIDAY & SATURDAY (By Reservation Only) All ladies attending our convention as a registered convention attendee, either as an individual or spouse of a registered guest under the full convention packet receive a complimentary spa treatment. Space is extremely limited at the spa, so hopefully, you’ve already made your reservations. If not, please do so immediately. ATA staff cannot assist with individual reservations. Call the hotel spa at 850-622-9595 to make a reservation for April 27 and 28 only. Be sure to identify your affiliation with ATA. Spa treatments provided by BXS Insurance, Inc., Century Dedicated, Deep South Freight, Gulf Coast Truck & Equipment Co., Inc., Mack Trucks, Inc., P&S Transportation, Thompson Carriers, Inc., TMW Systems, Inc., Warren Averett Companies LLC, and Wiregrass Construction Co.

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Events + Activities


Have Fun! ATA WORKERS’ COMP FUND RECEPTION, 5-7 P.M. All Convention attendees are cordially invited to join the ATA Comp Fund staff for a catered reception with open bar and entertainment Friday evening starting at 5 p.m. This is always a really great time – don’t miss it. There will be a wonderful spread of heavy hors d’oeurves with a wide selection of cocktails. Plus live entertainment and a few special giveaways, but you have to be present to win.

SATURDAY, APRIL 28 CONVENTION GOLF TOURNAMENT, 11:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Raven GOLF Course Attendees are invited to play in the ATA Convention & Meeting Golf Tournament at the Raven Golf Course, just across Hwy. 98 from Hilton. If you have not preregistered to play in the tournament, please visit the ATA Convention Registration Desk as soon as possible to sign up. Space is very limited. Lunch is provided by Wright Transportation and golf prizes are courtesy of BBVA Compass. Shirts for golfers are provided by our Presidential Sponsor McLeod Software.

POOLSIDE Hospitality, 1-4 P.M., SPA POOL Golf not your thing? Well, once again, thanks to the sponsors listed below, we have you covered. Join your friends for another afternoon of free beverages by the pool beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday’s Poolside Hospitality is made possible by the following: Kenworth Truck Co., Montgomery Transport LLC, Palomar Insurance, Pilot Flying J, Robbie D. Wood, Inc., and TnT Hauling.

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All Sponsors For Events + Items

Presidential Sponsor

Major Event Sponsor

Act I

(Speakers-Steve Gilliland / Rorke Denver / Entertainment-Chevy 6)

AAA Cooper Transportation B. R. Williams Trucking, Inc. Billy Barnes Enterprises, Inc. Birmingham Freightliner LLC Buddy Moore Trucking, Inc. Church Transportation & Logistics, Inc. Cummins Sales and Service DANA INC. Fitzgerald Peterbilt


Door Prizes (Thursday Evening) WTI Transport

Fontaine Trailer Co. Greenbush Logistics, Inc. Gulf City Body & Trailer Works, Inc. J & M Tank Lines McGriff Tire Co. Southland International Trucks & Trailers Truckworx Wiley Sanders Truck Lines, Inc. York Risk Services Group

Ladies Door Prizes (Saturday Morning) R.E. Garrison Trucking, Inc.

Breakfast (Friday Morning) Golfers Lunch (Saturday Afternoon) Action Truck Center • Bank of America Wright Transportation Merrill Lynch • Benny Whitehead, Inc. • Eaton • Four Star Freightliner Golf Prizes (Saturday Evening) • Navistar – International Truck • BBVA Compass Nextran Truck Centers • Progress Bank • Storey Trucking Co., Inc. • UPS Chairman’s Reception (Saturday Evening) Boyd Bros. Transportation • Davison Fuels Door Prizes (Friday Morning) & Oil • Evergreen Forest Products, Inc. National Bank of Commerce • Love’s Travel Stop’s, Inc. • RangeWay Carriers LLC • Southeast Logistics, Inc. • Poolside Hospitality (Friday Afternoon) Vertical Alliance Group • Ward International EFS – a WEX Co. • Equipment Trucks LLC Solutions KLLM-FFE • Evergreen Transport LLC • Great West Casualty Dinner Wine (Saturday Evening) Co. • Transport Enterprise Leasing Absolute Data LLC • Volvo Trucks North America LLC Ladies Spa Breakfast (Saturday Morning) BXS Insurance, Inc. • Century Dedicated • B & G Supply Co., Inc. • Carrier Deep South Freight • Gulf Coast Truck & Transicold South • Coffman Equipment Co., Inc. • Mack Trucks, Inc. • International, Inc. • Coleman P&S Transportation • Thompson Carriers, Worldwide Moving • Great Dane • Mid Inc. • TMW Systems, Inc. • Warren Averett State Thermo King, Inc. • People’s Companies LLC • Wiregrass Construction Co. United Equipment Finance Corp. • ServisFirst Bank • Utility Trailer Sales Poolside Hospitality (Saturday afternoon) of Alabama, LLC • Watkins Trucking Kenworth Truck Co. • Montgomery Co., Inc. Transport LLC • Palomar Insurance • Pilot Flying J • Robbie D. Wood, Inc. Door Prizes (Saturday Morning) • TnT Hauling Industrial Warehouse Services



Reception + Dinner CELEBRATING THE LEADERSHIP OF ATA CHAIRMAN TERRY KILPATRICK “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” -Winston Churchill As a young fleet executive, ATA Chairman of the Board Terry Kilpatrick attended his first ATA convention 30 years ago, seeking to rub elbows with Alabama’s trucking industry elite. That weekend he met some of our Association’s heavy hitters of trucking, men like the late Dempsey Boyd (Boyd Bros. Transportation) and Walter Poole (Evergreen Transportation) and living legends such as James Suttles (Suttles Truck Leasing) and Harrold Sorrells (MSJ Trucking). “These were successful businessmen who offered great ideas and a deep knowledge about trucking – and they were willing to freely share that knowledge with others – including me.” Kilpatrick says. “I have always remembered and appreciated those days.” Last June, Mr. Kilpatrick was installed as ATA’s top elected leader at a ceremony at ATA’s Montgomery headquarters. His ambitious agenda for the year included building stronger public outreach programs to bring younger workers to the industry and provide the public with more understanding of trucking’s purpose and value to the state’s economy. But his crowning achievement is the creation of a charitable foundation devoted to industry promotion, research and outreach. The new organization was incorporated in Montgomery County on January 31, 2018 as the Alabama Trucking Association Foundation (or ATA Foundation, for short). It’s a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization that will “operate exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary or educational projects,” which could include seminars, conferences, lectures, classes and other forums to inform and educate the public regarding the transportation industry in Alabama, and beyond. Also, we will recognize this year’s Alabama Truck Driver of the Year longtime ABC Transportation truck driver Moses Thomas, who was recently selected by the ATA Safety and Maintenance Management Council for his commitment to industry safety and professionalism in a career that has spanned four decades and 3.7 million safe miles. Another highlight of this event is the announcement of the 2018 H. Chester Webb Award, which is this Association’s highest honor for a member. Last year’s recipient Bill Ward of Ward International Trucks will announce the winner.

Dress is semi-formal (A dinner jacket or suit, cocktail dress for ladies).

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Webb Award Awards for awesome folks!

H. CHESTER WEBB AWARD During Saturday’s Chairman’s Dinner, Association leaders will announce this year’s H. Chester Webb Award recipient. The award recognizes distinguished service by an individual from the state’s trucking industry for their outstanding record of service to the industry, the Alabama Trucking Association and to their community. Previous Honorees Jack Cole .......................... 1958 M.C. Hines......................... 1959 W.B. Baxley....................... 1960 Jones J. Dunham.............. 1961 A.E. Houk.......................... 1962 Cecil Floyd......................... 1963 B.E. Sullivan...................... 1964 Leroy Osborne, Sr............. 1965 Claude N. Knox................. 1966 P.H Taylor ......................... 1967 T.K. Dorsey........................ 1968 Howard E. Durden ............ 1969 P.C. White.......................... 1970 Sam N. Cole ..................... 1971 Clarence Levi ................... 1972 William Sellers, Jr............. 1973 B.A. Real........................... 1974 J.H. Dove........................... 1975 Wilson Hiller..................... 1976 E.C. Mitchem..................... 1977 Glenn McClendon.............. 1978 J.T. Fowler......................... 1979 W.D. Biggs......................... 1980 Douglas W. Lambert, Sr..... 1981 S. Earl Dove....................... 1982 Jule Beasley...................... 1983 Ross Neely, Jr. ................. 1984 Robert R. MacDonald........ 1985 James I. Ritchie................ 1986 Dempsey Boyd.................. 1987 Walter Poole...................... 1988 G. Mack Dove.................... 1989 G. Raymond McClendon.... 1990 Sybil Dove.......................... 1991 E.H. Moore, Jr.................... 1992 Robert P. Layman.............. 1993 Whit Riley.......................... 1994 Don Johnston.................... 1995 Terry Cross........................ 1996

Jerry Davis........................ 1997 Kurt Michel ...................... 1998 Doug Cook......................... 1999 Bill Watson ....................... 2000 Hubert Rogers.................. 2001 Bruce MacDonald............. 2002 Ken Adams ....................... 2003 Barry McGriff.................... 2004 Ronnie Stephenson........... 2005 James Suttles................... 2006 Jack Fricks........................ 2007 Harold Sorrells................. 2008 Drew Linn.......................... 2009 Gene Vonderau.................. 2010 Thomas J. Willings............ 2011 Buck Moore....................... 2012 Bill Scruggs...................... 2013 Gail Cooper....................... 2014 J. Frank Filgo.................... 2015 Tom McLeod...................... 2016 Bill Ward............................ 2017

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Chevy 6


Stay up late with ATA and Chevy 6 Help us close out another great convention with party band legends Chevy 6. This popular act formed sometime around the spring of 1974, forged from the fraternities and bars of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Back then, most live bands followed the jammy, blues-rock blueprint of the Allman Brothers Band or ‘70s southern rock deities, Lynyrd Skynyrd, but realizing that the music of the 1950s was becoming more popular through the advent of throwback television shows like Happy Days and Sha Na Na and the success of movies like American Graffiti, it seemed a natural step to form a band that offered the best songs of that era to throngs of partying college students. Though the startup was a bit slow, mainly due to the fact that many musicians felt playing oldies was beneath them, the band finally caught traction and began to find themselves booking bigger and better things than a sweaty, beer soaked fraternity house party rooms and dive bars. Along with great musicianship and lively showmanship, what got Chevy 6 there was its use of a show band format that included a 50s revue, a soul revue, and a 60s revue, cramming each set full of only the best songs from these great eras of American popular music. During its 44 years, in one form or another the band has performed for a massive array of events, including appearances on local and regional television broadcasts, a host of private events, conventions, conferences and reunions aplenty. They’ve even made appearances at the some of the Southeast’s best nightclubs and largest music festivals. Maybe, it wasn’t supposed to last this long, but for some reason Chevy 6 carries on better than ever. Stick around late, we’ll keep the bar open as long as there are bodies on the dance floor…we promise!

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ATA STAFF Frank Filgo, CAE President + CEO Tim Frazier, CDS Director of Safety + Member Services

Ford Boswell Director of Communications

Jane Nixon Executive Assistant to the President + Association Events Coordinator

Brandie Norcross Manager of Member Relations

ATA Board of Directors Steve Aronhalt Dennis Bailey Nic Balanis Rhonda Bees Joe Black Gary Bond Jack Brim Greg Brown Will Bruser Dan Carmichael Fenn Church Mark Coffman Jeff Coleman John Collier Rodger Collins Driscoll Colquett Brent Cook Gail Cooper Al Cox Norman Crow Jerry Davis Ranny Davis Amy DeFee

Joe M. Donald Edmund Doss Mack Dove Wesley Dunn Jack Fricks Kevin Henderson Beau Holmes Terry Kilpatrick Jason King Mark Knotts Jerry Kocan Drew Linn Hunter Lyons Bruce MacDonald Jeff McGrady Barry McGriff Tom McLeod Rollins Montgomery Buddy Moore, Jr. Buck Moore Ross Neely Tommy Neely Butch Owens

Clay Palm Michael Pursley Kelly Robinson Kevin Savoy Bill Scruggs Danny Smith Ronnie Stephenson Steve Stinson Paul Storey Harold Sumerford, Jr. John Summerford James Suttles Rendy Taylor Tim Tucker Bill Ward Wayne Watkins Taylor White David Wildberger T. J. Willings Keith Wise Pat Wright

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