October 12, 2017
Online registration and hotel selection for ATD Show 2018 in Las Vegas is now open. ATD member dealers and their managers who register by Nov. 17 will receive an early-bird discount of $100 from the onsite registration rate.
The ATD Show runs concurrently with the NADA Show from Thursday, March 22, to Sunday, March 25.
Keynote speakers are ATD Chairman Steve Parker (Friday’s general session) and incoming ATD Chairwoman Jodie Teuton (Saturday’s general session). As cosponsors of “Truck Dealer of the Year” with ATD, David Moniz, publisher of Heavy Duty Trucking, and Larry Kettler, CEO of Procede Software, will present the award during Friday’s general session.
Jim Meil, Kenny Vieth and Stave Tam from ACT Research, the authors of a new study on the future landscape of commercial truck dealerships, will discuss the findings at Saturday’s general session. Addtionally, the ATD Show offers workshops and education sessions led by industry experts that deliver ideas to improve dealership operations. ATD says attendees will also have access to NADA programs, educational sessions.
Keynote speakers at the NADA Show are Mark Scarpelli, 2017 NADA chairman, and Nick Saban, head coach at The University of Alabama (Friday’s general session); Wes Lutz, 2018 NADA chairman-elect, and John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo LLC (Saturday’s general session); and Robert O’Neill, team leader at Naval Special Warfare Development Group (Sunday’s inspirational session).
The ATD Show also now offers a new, streamlined schedule. The ATD Expo, along with the general sessions, make meetings and workshops, will be held at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. The ATD headquarters hotel is Encore at Wynn Las Vegas.
For more information or to register, visit www.atdshow.org.
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