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NACE | CARS Makes 2014 TSNN Top 250 Trade Show List

The list represents the top 250 trade shows in the U.S. last year, ranked by net square footage.


The NACE | CARS conference and exposition announced that it has been named to the Trade Show News Network (TSNN) Top 250 U.S. Trade Show list of 2014. The list was released last month, compiled from show management and data supplied to TSNN. It represents the top 250 trade shows in the U.S. last year, ranked by net square footage.

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The 2014 show took place at the COBO Center in Detroit, Mich., and broke previous records with 180 exhibitors, 8,497 attendees and more than 61,190 net square feet. NACE | CARS, now in its 33rd year, is the largest, longest-running North American event serving the automotive service and repair industries.

NACE | CARS 2015 will take place at the same location July 21-25. The show is expected to expand even further this year, featuring an expo double the size of 2014. Training and education opportunities have expanded as well, and Industry Week is back with over a dozen co-located events.

Targeting business owners, management and technicians, this conference and exposition brings together all market segments for the latest and most comprehensive repair solutions, services, education, products and technology.


The full Top 250 Trade Show list can be found on the TSNN website. More information about NACE | CARS 2015 can be found at or

For those interested in exhibiting, space is still available but moving fast. Contact Robert Martin at [email protected], Jason Anawaty at [email protected] or Joe Warring at [email protected].

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