ATA’s president and CEO stepping down next year

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New ATA Chairman Pat Thomas talks about the organizations conference this week.

Gov. Bill Graves, president and CEO of the American Trucking Associations, will be leaving the organization at the end of 2016. ATA spokesman Sean McNally said Graves informed the ATA board Oct. 20 of his intentions to leave ATA next year.

A committee has been formed to find a replacement.

Graves has led the ATA since 2003.

The ATA held its annual Management Conference and Exhibition in Philadelphia this week.