Exhibitors and Attendees alike will be able to utilize our new virtual show platform to plan and customize the virtual Show experience that best fits their specific needs.
NADA Show 2021 will take place virtually, Tuesday, Feb. 9 through Thursday, Feb. 11. Learn what a virtual NADA Show will mean for dealers and the entire auto industry.
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We promised we’d save the best for last and we did. NADA Show 2020 went out with a bang with a full day of education, networking, maker meetings and one-of-a-kind event programming including an exciting afternoon General Session featuring General Motors CEO Mary Barra.
NADA Show 2020’s Closing General Session gave attendees a chance to hear from one of the most influential and innovative CEOs in the automotive industry, General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra.
NADA 2020 Chairman Rhett Ricart’s first message to America’s franchised auto dealers was straightforward: “You’ll be just fine.”
The ATD Show closed out its final day on Sunday, but newly installed ATD Chairman Steve Bassett stayed to do a NADA Live Stage session with NADA’s Jonathan Collegio.
“The videos are truly inspiring and for many of us on this stage, they brought tears to our eyes,” said past ATD chairwoman Jodie Teuton. “We got so many great videos and it was hard to narrow it down to ten semifinalists.”