Tuesday, 12 February 2013 04:16
The Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Queensland (CVIAQ) has appointed media consultant Chris Smith as the Media Officer for the 2013 Brisbane Truck Show.
CVIAQ Brisbane Truck Show Manager Noelene Bradley said it was great to have Chris on board because of his understanding of the trucking industry combined with his media experience.
“Chris has been around the industry for years as a journalist and editor of some of Australia’s best transport titles. His appointment will further strengthen the CVIAQ team organising this year’s Brisbane Truck Show,” she said.
Chris said he is very happy to be involved with Australia’s premier trucking event.
“I am a big fan of the trucking industry. I’ve been involved as an exhibitor or a working journalist at the Truck Show since 2007. It always amazes me what a great job the CVIAQ do in running such a fantastic event,” he said.
Chris is looking forward to working with the media to help exhibitors and the CVIAQ get the most out of the event.
He said the Brisbane Truck Show website now has the official media registration forms online and encourages journalists to fill it in as soon as possible to be kept in the loop of what’s happening and to capitalise on some of the great stories around the Brisbane Truck Show.
“I’d encourage all media to get online and register early for the event because this year there will be lots of new releases and major announcements. There is also a mystery first time exhibitor,” he said.
“We are constantly looking at new and exciting ways to let people know what is happening at this year’s show and we’ll definitely be wetting the appetite of show goers with a raft of exciting promotions guaranteed to get tongues wagging.”
Log on to the www.brisbanetruckshow.com.au website to register for the 2013 Brisbane Truck Show under the Media Accreditation link. You can also follow the Brisbane Truck Show on Facebook for all the latest news.