To provide a safer environment for its attendees and exhibitors, the North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) announced it has rescheduled the 2020 NATDA Trailer Show to distance itself from the current health crisis. The show will be held Oct. 26-28, 2020.
The 2020 NATDA Trailer Show, originally scheduled in September, will still take place in Nashville, Tenn., but will take on a new date pattern as it will now be a Monday-through-Wednesday show. Attendees and exhibitors who already have secured hotel rooms through NATDA’s official block will have their dates automatically transferred to accommodate the new schedule, NATDA says.
“While registration for September was going well, we feel it’s our responsibility to provide a safe place for the trailer industry to connect,” says NATDA Executive Director Jesse Battle.
“With a September date, we faced a very real possibility of the city itself not being open for business. October not only places us in a better position, but it provides dealers and exhibitors, alike, much needed time to handle business,” Battle says.
The show will maintain every component previously announced, including hands-on technical training. Additionally, NATDA will introduce a new segment of the show called NATDA Base Camp, specifically for manufacturers of overland and adventure trailers.
Dealers can register to attend October’s show by CLICKING HERE. Dealers who have already registered for the event but are unable to attend because of the new dates are encouraged to call Senior Membership Manager Melanie Bierweiler at (727) 360-0304, Ext. 108 to cancel.
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