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TIA Unveils New Logo for the TIA World Tire Expo

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has unveiled a new logo for the TIA World Tire Expo, the conference and exhibition for the commercial tire, retreading and recycling industries. The event is scheduled to be held April 20-22, 2005, in Louisville, Ky. “The new WTE logo works with our logo to insure that the tire industry knows that TIA is running this international show geared towards the commercial, retreading and recycling segments of the market,” said Larry Morgan, president of TIA.

BOWIE, MD — The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has unveiled a new logo for the TIA World Tire Expo, the conference and exhibition for the commercial tire, retreading and recycling industries. The event is scheduled to be held April 20-22, 2005, in Louisville, Ky.

“The new WTE logo works with our logo to insure that the tire industry knows that TIA is running this international show geared towards the commercial, retreading and recycling segments of the market,” said Larry Morgan, president of TIA. “The TIA World Tire Expo provides an ideal forum for diverse individuals to meet, network and advance new business and marketing opportunities. We have a long, rich history with this show that we must preserve.”

The TIA World Tire Expo will be held in conjunction with Louisville’s “Thunder Over Louisville,” fireworks display, which kicks off the Kentucky Derby.

“We feel that through this updated logo TIA is returning to the core markets that made this show unique over the years. By combining the show with something of the magnitude of Thunder Over Louisville, the TIA World Tire Expo will be a huge success in 2005,” said Roy Littlefield, executive vice president of TIA. “This world-class exhibition is the number one showcase dedicated to those who have an interest in tire, rubber and transportation services.”

For more information visit TIA online at: www.tireindustry.org.

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