NACE | CARS Expands Expo Floor Plan

NACE | CARS Expands Expo Floor Plan

In order to accommodate current exhibit demand, 20,000 additional square feet were recently added to the expo floor.


NACE | CARS 2016 has announced that significant exhibit space has been added to its expo floor plan to meet popular market demand. NACE | CARS meetings, co-located events and conference sessions are taking place August 9-14 in Anaheim, Calif. The expo will take place August 11-12.

Since booking opened for the NACE | CARS Expo in Anaheim, exhibit space sales have been significantly ahead of last year’s pace. In order to accommodate current exhibit demand, 20,000 additional square feet were recently added to the expo floor. Much of this space has already been reserved, including an outside demo for the 2017 Ford Super Duty Drive Tour.

It is recommended that those interested in exhibiting book soon, as it is expected that space will sell out. Click here to view available space on the floor plan. Interested parties can book their space by contacting Robert Martin at (832) 646-0176 or Julien Dupont at (505) 401-6739.

NACE | CARS 2016 features record involvement from OEs through exhibit space, sponsorships and education sessions that will be offered at no charge with the purchase of an expo or conference pass. Audi, BMW, Fiat Chrysler Automobile, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota and more will provide information on their latest vehicles, materials and technology, how to address specific repairs, and on becoming a certified repair shop.

Major automotive companies from both collision and mechanical industry segments have reserved space on the expo floor. View the current exhibitor list here.

Industry week co-located events are in town as well, bringing in automotive professionals for meetings such as 1Collision Network, AMI, APN, ASCCA, CAA, CIC, CIECA, CREF, I-CAR, NABC, OEM Collision Repair Roundtable, SCRS and WIN.

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