Commercial Truck Trader is celebrating the election of Terry Williams, strategic relationships manager, to the Used Truck Association 2019 Board of Directors.

The Used Truck Association (UTA) is comprised of used truck professionals and associated businesses committed to growing and strengthening the used truck industry. UTA Board Members are nominated and elected on the basis of their good standing in the organization, experience in the used truck industry, history of ethical and professional business practices, and willingness to advance the goals and objectives promoted by the UTA.

“Terry is a dynamic influence in the commercial vehicle market space, with a long career working with OEMs, dealer groups, and online vendors,” said Amanda Ayala, Vice President of Commercial Truck Trader. “We’re incredibly proud of Terry and know he will bring big ideas and bold leadership to his role on the UTA Board.”

Terry Williams has served the industry for over 20 years, working for Volvo, The Truck Blue Book, and Bruckner Truck Sales before joining the Commercial Truck Trader team. - Photo courtesy of Commercial Truck Trader

Terry Williams has served the industry for over 20 years, working for Volvo, The Truck Blue Book, and Bruckner Truck Sales before joining the Commercial Truck Trader team.

Photo courtesy of Commercial Truck Trader

Williams has served the industry for more than 20 years working for Volvo, The Truck Blue Book, and Bruckner Truck Sales before joining the Commercial Truck Trader team. In previous service on the UTA Board, as Secretary and as Marketing Chair, Williams co-created the UTA Jerome Nerman Educational Endowment Golf Tournament. Williams temporarily stepped away from the Board to care for his young children, Jack and Parker. Now that his sons are older, Williams is passionate about returning to fully engage the UTA as a Board Member and is honored to have been elected once again by his fellow UTA members.

“I’m thrilled that the UTA has elected me to the Board,” stated Williams. “Being a member of the UTA has been a large part of my professional career, and I am excited to give back to this organization through my service on the Board. It’s going to be a big year for us as we continue to grow the UTA name throughout the industry, and I’m ready to get started.”

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