2017 ATA Annual Convention Program Guide

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ATA 2017 ANNUAL CONVENTION You can only image how excited I am to welcome you here for the Alabama Trucking Association’s 79th Annual Convention and Meeting. Planning for this week has been a lengthy process, but one that I have enjoyed tremendously. I trust you’ll see the efforts our Convention Committee, Board Members, and staff have all invested to make this gathering a success. Please know that your attendance this week and continued support of your Association is very much appreciated.

Terry Kilpatrick, 2017 ATA Convention Chairman Most importantly, I want to acknowledge the incredible support of our many Convention sponsors. This year has topped all other meetings for sponsorship money raised. Our Convention Committee really brought its A-game to make sure the financial success of this meeting is secure. We are very grateful to each sponsor’s contribution. A list of these businesses is available at the centerspread of this booklet. As you look over that list, you will see familiar names and logos. Many, if not all, are regular supporters of this Association and its many endeavors. Each is a credit to our industry and a very important participant in Alabama’s strong economy. The next few days will be packed with informative meetings, exciting events, and many 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. Thanks for your support of your Alabama Trucking Association.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2 Agenda ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3 Friday �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4 Keynote Speaker ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Map ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 6 Saturday ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7 Sponsors ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 8-9 Events + Activities ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 10-11 Sponsors for Events + Items �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12 Chairman’s Reception + Dinner �������������������������������������������������������������������� 13 Webb Award �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14 The Unexpected Boys and Jones and Company Band ���������������������������������� 15



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AGENDA AT A GLANCE THURSDAY – APRIL 20TH 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. • Welcome Reception, Sunset Deck


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

8:30 – 11:00 A.M. • Friday ATA Business Session & Breakfast, Coastal Ballroom Keynote Speaker(s): Lt. Clebe McClary,USMC (Ret.) – Vietnam War Hero John Foley, Former lead solo pilot with the Blue Angels 1:00 – 4:00 P.M. • Poolside Hospitality, Poolside 5:00 – 7:00 P.M. • ATA Workers’ Comp Fund Reception, Coastal Ballroom Free Evening...


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

8:00 – 11:00 A.M. • Saturday ATA Membership Meeting & Breakfast, Coastal Ballroom ATA Workers’ Comp Fund Membership Meeting & ATA Membership Meeting

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

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

11:30 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. • Boat Cruise, Baytowne Marina 6:30 – 7:00 P.M. • Chairman’s Reception, Emerald Ballroom Foyer 7:00 – 9:00 P.M. • Chairman’s Dinner, Emerald Ballroom Honoring Gary Bond, Chairman of the Board 9:00 P.M. – Until • Entertainment from The Unexpected Boys and Jones and Company Band


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BUSINESS SESSION + PRESENTATIONS + SPEAKERS FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 8:30-11 A.M. – COASTAL BALLROOM CLEBE MCCLARY Can a young Marine shattered by the weaponry of modern warfare, rebound and turn personal defeat into personal victory? Patrick Cleburne “Clebe” McClary was raised on a 10,000 acre plantation in the South Carolina Low Country. He grew up hunting, fishing and excelling at sports. After fulfilling his dream of becoming a college coach, Clebe had plans to marry a beautiful Southern belle. Life was very good. But only weeks before the wedding (March 26, 1967), Clebe witnessed a startling event on a college campus that changed the course of his life forever – the burning of an American flag by students protesting the Vietnam conflict. Dismayed by the lack of support for the country he loved, Clebe resigned from his coaching position and volunteered for duty in the Marine Corps. Completing Officers Training School in Quantico, Va., First Lt. McClary said goodbye to his bride and became platoon leader of the 1st Recon Battalion in Vietnam. On his 19th recon patrol, deep in hostile territory, Clebe and his unit engaged in handto-hand combat with the enemy. Suffering devastating injuries, which included the loss of his left arm and left eye, Clebe continued to lead his men. His valiant battle with the pain and disabilities that followed is nothing short of amazing. He spent more than two years in military hospitals, undergoing 30 major surgeries and countless hours of physical therapy. Since then, Clebe has used his powerful story of courage, determination and strength to motivate audiences the world over. His presentation recounts the courageous story of how he rebuilt his devastated life through an unyielding faith, a never-quit spirit and belief that his life has purpose. Today, Clebe is in the service of the Lord’s Army. His life shows that he genuinely embodies the vow he took when entering the Marines: Any mission assigned will be accomplished in a superior manner, no matter what the obstacles. Clebe is what he likes to call a complete Marine. To him, USMC will always mean a U. S. Marine for Christ. We all have our burdens. Each of us carries a weight that causes us to question all we know. Whatever trials or hardships you may be facing in your life, be it personal or professional, you will benefit from hearing Clebe’s message of strength and faith.



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


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KEYNOTE SPEAKER FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 8:30-11 A.M. – COASTAL BALLROOM Keynote speakers for the meeting are business leadership and motivational gurus Lt. Clebe McClary, USMC (Ret.) and John Foley, former Lead Solo Pilot with U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels.

JOHN FOLEY John Foley is among the countries most in-demand speakers. He has spoken to some of the highest performing organizations in the world such as Microsoft, Hitachi, Intel, Cisco, Mercedes-­Benz, BMW, Goodyear, Chevron, Lowe’s, Marriott, Wyndham Hotels, Hilton, Penske Racing, Rawlings, LA Kings, Sprint, Motorola, Merrill Lynch, Mass Mutual, Capital Group, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, GE Capital, American Hospital Association, Merck, Reach Air, Adecco, Gillette, McDonalds, and Million Dollar Round Table. He is a former lead solo pilot of the Blue Angels, a Sloan Fellow at Stanford School of Business, a gratitude guru, and an expert in the inner workings of high performance teams. His exciting, rare journey inspires awe, triggering audiences to take action and rethink what they believe is possible. John employs those intense realities as a metaphor to motivate teams and individuals to reach for their highest potential while empowering organizations to sustain excellence under dynamic change. John’s presentations are marked by three overriding traits… • A contagious attitude of thankfulness that he calls “Glad To Be Here,” • An energizing delivery that inspires high performance with a purpose larger than self; and • A practical model for living out his message that works in other organizations as well as within the Blue Angels. John consistently performed in an extreme, high-­stakes environment, flying at speeds of more than 500 miles per hour and in formations as close as 18 in. apart. To survive in those circumstances, he relied on a culture of high trust and leadership that turns inherently unforgiving flight into extraordinary experiences. He employs those intense realities as a metaphor to motivate teams to reach for their highest potential and empower organizations to sustain excellence under dynamic change. John’s post-Naval experiences as an entrepreneur and a Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Graduate School of Business put him in a unique position to reverse-­ engineer the culture of excellence and teamwork found in the Blue Angels. He has created a framework and a mythology that inspires greatness while propelling others on their own journey toward higher performance.


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BUSINESS SESSION + MEMBERSHIP AWARDS ATA WORKERS’ COMP FUND MEMBERSHIP MEETING (All convention guests are welcome to attend and participate) Following the ATA Workers’ Comp Fund leadership and staff will showcase why it’s considered among the best and most comprehensive workers’ compensation self-insurance funds in the country. For onwards of three decades, the Fund has provided hardworking trucking businesses of all sizes and ATA WORKERS’ types with stable, competitive services and a comprehensive COMP FUND benefits program to keep your 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 Workers’ Comp Fund visit www.atacompfund.org.


Saturday morning’s Business Session will feature presentations from key ATA leaders to discuss topics affecting our Association and the trucking industry as a whole. We will also honor several members for service to the Association.


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Capital Volvo Truck & Trailer AMX Freightliner / Daimler Trucks North Michelin North America Assured Neace Lukens Insurance Carlisle Medical America Montgomery Transport, LLC Agency dba Turner & Hamrick Carr Allison Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc. Omnitracs, LLC Austill, Lewis, Pipkin & Maddox, PC Coffman International, Inc. Hill Hill Carter Osborn Transportation, Inc. Baggett Transportation Company Comdata, Inc. Hornady Transportation LLC Ox Bodies, Inc. Davison Fuels & Oil Ball, Ball, Matthews & Novak J.J. Keller & Associates PACCAR Parts Bank of America Dunn Building Company Johnson-Locklin & Associates, Inc. People’s United Equipment Finance Best One Tire Empire Truck Sales Long Lewis Western Star Corp. 2017 ALABAMA TRUCKING ASSOCIATION CONVENTION BMO Transportation Finance Farris Evans Insurance Agency, Inc. McGriff, Seibels & Williams, Inc. Premium 2000+ Warranties Bridgestone Commercial Solutions FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts Meritor, Inc. Rand McNally


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RangeWay Carriers Regions Insurance Renasant Bank Robbie D. Wood Ross Neely Systems, Inc. SmartDrive Systems Stemco ITMS Summerford Truck Line,2017 Inc. The Baxter Agency Thompson/Caterpillar

TLS – Transportation & Logistical Avondale Trucking Iberia Bank Services Canal Insurance Co. J P Transportation Safety Consulting, Transport Trailer Center Continental Tire the Americas LLC Travel Centers of America D T & Freight Co., Inc. Maynard, Cooper & Gale, P.C. W. H. Thomas Oil Co., Inc. ErgoScience McAbee Construction, Inc. Wells Fargo Equipment Finance Fuller Warehouse & Gin, Inc. Moundville Warehouse Wilks Tire & Battery Service, Inc. Hand Arendall, LLC Rushing Enterprises, Inc. Wright Transportation, Inc. Highland TechnicalCONVENTION Services, Inc. ALABAMA TRUCKING ASSOCIATION Yokohama Tire Corp.

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EVENTS + ACTIVITIES PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR SOME OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS Visit the Convention Registration Desk for complete details and last minute changes (No guarantees that last-minute requests can be accommodated.

THURSDAY, APRIL 20 WELCOME RECEPTION, 5-7 P.M., SUNSET DECK Join your friends, family and colleagues on the Sunset Deck (near the hotel pool, overlooking the beach) as we kickoff ATA’s 79th 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 1 sponsors. Don’t leave early, all guests are eligible for drawings for awesome door prizes provided by Century Dedicated, Inc.

FRIDAY, APRIL 21 POOLSIDE CABANA, 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 Poolside Cabana made possible by BBVA Compass; Industrial Warehouse Services; Pilot Flying J; Volvo Trucks North America LLC; and Wiregrass Construction Co., Inc.

LADIES COMPLIMENTARY SPA TREATMENT, FRIDAY & SATURDAY (BY RESERVATION ONLY) All ladies attending our convention 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 21 and 22 only. Be sure to identify your affiliation with ATA. Spa treatments provided by Equipment Solutions KLLM – FFE; UPS; Utility Trailer Sales of Alabama, LLC; Vertical Alliance Group; Wal-Mart Transportation; and Ward International Trucks, LLC.



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EVENTS + ACTIVITIES ATA WORKERS’ COMP FUND RECEPTION, 5-7 P.M. All Convention attendees are cordially invited to join the ATA Workers’ Comp Fund staff for a catered reception with open bar and entertainment Friday evening starting at 5 p.m. This is always a really good 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 22 CONVENTION GOLF TOURNAMENT, 11:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., BAYTOWNE GOLF CLUB All attendees are invited to play in the ATA Convention & Meeting Golf Tournament at the Baytowne Golf Club, just across Hwy. 98 from the Hilton. If you have not preregistered, please visit the ATA Convention Registration Desk as soon as possible to sign up. Space is limited. Lunch is also provided by Wilson & Berryhill, P.C.; and golf prizes are courtesy of Carrier Transicold South.

GULF BOAT CRUISE, 11:30 A.M. – 2 P.M., BAYTOWNE MARINA We have a new event this year that we know you’re going to love. Right after our Saturday morning meetings, you have the option to take a Gulf boat cruise. Lunch and beverages will be served as we cruise the beautiful emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Live entertainment and Bingo are planned. Complimentary, private shuttle buses will load from the front of the Hilton at 11:15 A.M. Boarding will begin at 11:30 A.M. at the Baytowne Marina. Cruise provided by the following businesses: Cummins Sales and Service; Deep South Freight; Dolphin Line; Eaton/Roadranger; Kenworth Truck Co.; Love’s Travel Stops, Inc.; Mid State Thermo King; Warren Averett Companies, LLC; and WTI Transport. Private shuttle buses to the marina provided by PeopleNet and Storey Trucking Co., Inc.

POOLSIDE CABANA, 1-4 P.M., SPA POOL Golf not your thing? Maybe you’re prone to seasickness, and a boat cruise is out of the question. Well, once again, thanks to the sponsors listed below, we got you covered. Join your friends and other attendees for another afternoon of complimentary beverages by the pool beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday’s Poolside Cabana is made possible by the following: EFS – a WEX Co.; P & S Transportation; PNC Bank; Southeast Logistics; and Transport Enterprise Leasing LLC.


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ACT I (JOHN FOLEY / LT. CLEBE MCCLARY / THE UNEXPECTED BOYS /JONES AND COMPANY BAND) AAA Cooper Transportation B. R. Williams Trucking, Inc. Billy Barnes Enterprises Birmingham Freightliner Buddy Moore Trucking Fitzgerald Peterbilt Great Dane Trailers Gulf City Body & Trailer Works, Inc. J & M Tank Lines


Marmon Highway Technologies /Fontaine Trailer Co. McGriff Tire Co. McLeod Software National Bank of Commerce Southland International Trucks Truckworx Kenworth Wiley Sanders Truck Lines, Inc. York Risk Services Group

Door Prizes (Thursday Evening) Century Dedicated, Inc.

Golfers Lunch (Saturday Afternoon) Wilson & Berryhill, P.C.

Breakfast (Friday Morning) Benny Whitehead, Inc. • Columbus Tire • Great West Casualty • Navistar – International Truck • Palomar Insurance Corp. • Progress Bank • Watkins Trucking Co.

Boat Cruise (Saturday Afternoon) Cummins Sales and Service • Deep South Freight • Dolphin Line • Eaton / Roadranger • Kenworth Truck Co. • Love’s Travel Stops, Inc. • Mid State Thermo King • Warren Averett Companies, LLC • WTI Transport

Door Prizes (Friday Morning) Evergreen Forest Products

Golf Prizes (Saturday Evening) Carrier Transicold South

Poolside Hospitality (Friday Afternoon) BBVA Compass • Industrial Chairman’s Reception (Saturday Evening) Warehouse Services • Pilot Flying J Action Truck Center • Baldwin Transfer • Volvo Trucks North America LLC • Co. • Church Transportation & Logistics Wiregrass Construction Co., Inc. • Greenbush Logistics, Inc. • J. Scott Enterprises, Inc. • Mack Trucks • Nextran Breakfast (Saturday Morning) Truck Center • Thompson Carriers, Inc. B & G Supply Co. • Coleman Worldwide Moving • Evergreen Dinner Wine (Saturday Evening) Transport LLC • Four Star Freightliner Shoreline Transportation • Servis1st Bank • Taylor and Martin Auctioneers, Inc. • TMW Systems Ladies Spa Equipment Solutions KLLM - FFE • UPS Door Prizes (Saturday Morning) • Utility Trailer Sales of Alabama, LLC Boyd Bros. Transportation • Vertical Alliance Group • Wal-Mart Transportation • Ward International Ladies Door Prizes (Saturday Morning) Trucks, LLC R.E. Garrison Trucking Poolside Hospitality (Saturday afternoon) Bus Transportation for Boat Cruise EFS – a WEX Co. • P & S Transportation PeopleNet • Storey Trucking Co., Inc. • PNC Bank • Southeast Logistics • Transport Enterprise Leasing LLC



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ATA CHAIRMAN GARY BOND Capping this year’s Convention is a reception and dinner honoring current ATA Chairman of the Board Gary Bond of National Bank of Commerce in Birmingham, Ala. Chairman Bond is a hands-on leader who isn’t afraid to work hard for what he believes. A lifelong industry stakeholder, he knows the trucking as well as anyone. He sees the big picture, but also knows the fine details needed to keep our industry successful. At the start of his term, he vowed to improve the Association’s overall standing as Alabama’s preeminent voice for the trucking industry. His agenda included initiatives to bolster member services, increase existing membership involvement with ATA events and special projects especially among trucking firms; and fortify and improve the industry’s public image for economic development, and industry safety and professionalism. He did that, and our Association is better because of his leadership. Also, we will recognize this year’s Alabama Truck Driver of the Year, longtime Buddy Moore Trucking employee Larry Parker and his wife Dorothy. Mr. Parker was recently selected by the ATA Safety and Maintenance Management Council as the state’s top driver for his commitment to industry safety and professionalism in a career that has spanned four decades and 4.6 million safe miles. Another highlight of this event is the announcement of the 2017 H. Chester Webb Award, which is this Association’s highest honor for a member. Last year’s recipient Tom McLeod of McLeod Software will announce the winner. After the program, we get a front row seat for The Unexpected Boys and Jones and Company.

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


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WEBB AWARD 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


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AND JONES AND COMPANY BAND THE UNEXPECTED BOYS In 2007, The Unexpected Boys opened their first show for Diana Ross in Upper Saddle River, NJ. A decade and seven continents later…yes even Antarctica… The Unexpected Boys have amazed audiences all over the world amassing over 2,500 performances. They have headlined at Yankee Stadium, The Pentagon, Formula One Singapore, Heinz Field, The Atlantis Hotel and Resort in Dubai, and theatres all over the U.S. They have opened for Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Deborah Cox, and Chubby Checker, President George W. Bush, and were also featured on the season finale of The Housewives of New York on The Bravo Network.

This act is a musical tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons/Jersey Boys, featuring such unforgettable hits as Sherry, Walk Like a Man, Oh, What a Night, Big Girls Don’t Cry, and many more! But they have also added a myriad of other styles to their repertoire including The Beach Boys, Broadway, and a wide array of Opera classics! It’s like a Broadway or Vegas style show right here at ATA’s Convention. Michael Cerbelli was quoted as saying “As an entertainment producer, if they amaze me in five minutes, then I know the crowd will never forget them…I still get accolades from everyone I run into that know them! Accept no imitation…this is the best tribute act that I have ever seen!” You do not want to miss this act. Come see why audiences from around the world have raved about these guys for years and stick around after the show for a special ATA Convention After Party and show with dancing and live music from Jones and Company Band.


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

Ford Boswell Director of Communications

Jane Nixon Executive Assistant

Brandie Norcross Administrative Assistant

ATA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Steve Aronhalt Dennis Bailey Nic Balanis Aubrey Baugh 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 Jerry Davis Ranny Davis Amy DeFee

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Joe Donald Edmund Doss Mack Dove Will Forbes Jack Fricks Kevin Henderson Beau Holmes Terry Kilpatrick Jason King Mark Knotts Jerry Kocan Drew Linn Hunter Lyons Bruce MacDonald Bart McCrory Jeff McGrady Barry McGriff Tom McLeod Rollins Montgomery Buck Moore E.H. Moore, Jr. Ross Neely, Jr. Tommy Neely

Greg Orr Butch Owens Clay Palm Mike Pursley Kevin Savoy Bill Scruggs Danny Smith Ronnie Stephenson Steve Stinson Paul Storey Harold Sumerford, Jr. John Summerford James Suttles Tim Tucker Bill Ward Wayne Watkins Taylor White David Wildberger Skip Williams T.J. Willings Keith Wise

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