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Welcome to STN EXPO Indy!

Just days ago, the racing world was tuned in just a short distance from here for the 103rd
Running of Indy 500. This weekend, the student transportation industry turns its attention to Indianapolis, “The Crossroads of America.”

It’s an appropriate location for student transporters at school districts and bus contractors to converge on this week, as the STN EXPO heads east to reach a wider audience.

Over the years, we heard a repeated question: “When are you going to move the STN EXPO?” Our research showed us that the vast majority of traditional conference attendees each year are located west of the Mississippi River. The associated travel costs, more often than not, prohibited attendance from the eastern part of the country.

So, instead of moving STN EXPO, we expanded it and made it more accessible. Whether you have joined us previously in Reno, Nevada, or if this is your very first involvement with the STN EXPO, we thank you for your patronage. We think the brand speaks for itself, but we also recognize that it was still likely difficult for you to find the money within your budget to attend a new industry event.

With that in mind, our staff has worked tirelessly over the past year and a half to deliver an experience that is sure to show a strong return on investment. While the STN EXPO Indianapolis features much of the same educational content found at STN EXPO Reno, we have introduced several new and tailor-made “Unique Experiences” you can find no place else.

From all of the classroom and hands-on educational opportunities, to our closing “Victory Lane” celebration on the trade show floor, we think you’ll be amazed at all of the takeaways you’ll have at your fingertips.

Thank you from everyone at STN Media Group for joining us to “Drive Forward” this great industry!

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