The North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) has officially sold out its 2023 NATDA Trailer Show exhibition space.
The annual event that supports the light to mid-duty trailer industry is scheduled for 30-31 August 2023 at Music City Center in Nashville.
“We’re thrilled to have sold out space in the Expo Hall so early in the year,” said NATDA Executive Director, Andria Gibbon.
“Given that this year marks the NATDA Trailer Show’s 15th anniversary, I can think of no better way to kick off the celebration.
“With so many loyal exhibitors returning and several new ones supporting the event in
2023, trailer dealerships can find a wealth of products, resources, and information to support their business goals.”
Nearly 300 exhibitors will demonstrate the latest trailers, truck beds, parts, accessories, software, and financial and marketing services to North American trailer dealership professionals.
The 2023 NATDA Trailer Show will also feature two days of education and events, kicking off with featured roundtables, and panel discussions, highlighting women in the trailer industry and dealer operations, along with a Dealer Welcome Happy Hour.
Dealership performance training, running 29-30 August, will include sessions on dealership operations, sales and marketing, human resources and more, including hands-on technician training
Alternative exhibiting options are reportedly available for manufacturers and vendors interested in participating this year.
Registration to attend the show, as well as the official housing block for room reservations, opens in April.
The NATDA Trailer Show is the first and only industry event that caters specifically to dealers and is not open to the public. The show’s mission is to unite the light to medium-duty trailer industry under one roof to showcase the best and most innovative ideas, products and solutions to help dealerships strengthen their performance year after year.
The show features manufacturers, dealers, product and service vendors and financial institutions. The event also represents all industry segments including the cargo, race car, horse, livestock, marine, dump, flatbed, and toy hauler markets.
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