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NATDA to launch first buyer’s guide in May

NATDA to launch first buyer’s guide in May

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) today announced the launch of its annual NATDA Buyer’s Guide, which will be available to dealers in May.

“The NATDA Buyer’s Guide is essentially the yellow pages for our industry. It has all the information a dealer will need to discover new manufacturers,” said Jesse Battle, NATDA executive director.

The 2017 NATDA Buyer’s Guide allows people to see “at a glance” the offerings of leading trailer manufacturers in the industry. All segments of the trailer industry are in the Buyer’s Guide, including cargo, race, horse, livestock, enclosed, light utility, equipment, heavy utility, tilt, fifth wheel, gooseneck, towable RV, car hauler, ATV, motorcycle, snowmobile, living quarter, concession, truck beds, marine, dump, flatbed and toy hauler markets (26,000 pounds and under).

NATDA also announced a new dedicated page on its website, which will allow dealers to view each product link, dealer network, social media link and connect via e-mail to reach manufacturers. Dealers will be able to search manufacturers by trailer types and state in NATDA’s new online portal.

Companies interested in participating in the 2017 NATDA Buyer’s Guide or for more information, contact Heather Schulman at heathers@natda.org or call 727.360.0304, Ext. 106.

The 2016 NATDA Buyer’s Guide is available online.

SOURCE: North American Trailer Dealers Association press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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