By Ashley Smith, NADA, Marketing Manager

NADA Show 2022—the Auto Industry Event of the Year—returns to Las Vegas from Thursday, March 10, through Sunday, March 13. Along with all the exciting events at NADA Show each day at the Las Vegas Convention Center, there is much to see and do in the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” This includes the NADA Show Welcome Kickoff Reception at Allegiant Stadium, as well as visiting your favorite headliners and famous performers along the Strip. Be sure to reserve your preferred hotel room close to all the action.

Hotel availability is on a first-come, first-served basis, and room selections fill up quickly. You must be registered for NADA Show to reserve a hotel room, so go to the nadashow.org to register and reserve your hotel room today.

Benefits of staying at an official NADA hotel:

  • Lower room prices guaranteed. NADA Show rates are significantly lower than standard online rates.
  • Lower future prices. Strong hotel bookings help NADA negotiate better rates for you at future NADA Shows.
  • Free transportation. Get access to NADA shuttle buses to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center, free of charge.
  • Networking. Spend quality time with colleagues before and after sessions, in the relaxed atmosphere of an official NADA hotel.
  • Lower registration fees. If NADA fails to meet its contractual obligations to the hotels, financial penalties may be assessed, potentially affecting future registration fees.
  • Support NADA. NADA earns complimentary rooms based on aggregate hotel bookings, which in turn keeps costs down and helps support the association’s mission and its members.
  • Support your favorite destinations. Meeting the NADA room commitment allows us to re-book convention facilities in your favorite destination cities.

View the list of NADA official hotels. The hotel deadline is Feb. 17, 2022. Preferred rooms go quickly, so reserve your spot today. We can’t wait to see you in Las Vegas!

Posted by NADA Show

Manager, Marketing and Social Media, Convention Operations