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Still time to register for NATDA convention

Still time to register for NATDA convention

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The 2014 North American Trailer Dealers Association’s trade show and convention is anticipated to be bigger than last year with more than 475 dealers registered.  NATDA announced that it is sold out of 2,000 hotel room nights at the Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel and at two additional host hotels.

RV dealers still have time to register for the trade show being held in St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 4 to 6.  NATDA is still offering free admission to all RV dealers wanting to attend the 2014 NATDA Trade Show and Convention.  Cash discounts, freight allowances and free floorplan programs have made St. Louis the place to be in 2014, said Heather Schulman, NATDA marketing specialist.

“Enjoy spending time on our 292,000-square-foot exhibit hall which includes 115 exhibiting vendors and 65 exhibiting manufacturers,” she said.  “NATDA has 32 first time exhibitors, and we know you will enjoy having the opportunity to attend the largest conference catered to the trailer industry.”

All segments of the trailer industry are represented at the show, including cargo, race car, horse, marine, dump, flatbed and toy hauler markets.

“NATDA looks forward to providing free admission, intense education sessions abd workshops, and 292,000 square feet of the very best trailers, products and services available today,” said Schulman.

RV dealers can register for the trade show by clicking here.

To view the schedule of the 2014 NATDA Trade Show, click here.

To view the floor plan of the 2014 NATDA Trade Show, click here.

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.

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