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EXETER, Pa. — NTP-Stag today announced the launch of its 2019 Expo show app, and the availability to download it from Apple Store and Google Play.
The app is the expo attendee’s gateway to real time information about the show. Users will gain access to the show agenda, RV University schedule and PRO Seminar speakers and topics, the release noted.
Additionally, the app provides an interactive floorplan to make finding suppliers easier. Attendees can receive live updates for notifications on prize drawing winners, power hours and other activities. It’s simple to use and a very handy tool to get the most out of the expo experience, the company explained.
Getting the app is easy. Either scan the QR code in this article or:
- Go to https://guidebook.com/g/ntpstagexpo19.
- Tap the “download” button to install the free Guidebook app. Users who don’t already have the Guidebook app installed on their device will be directed to the appropriate app store to get it.
- Open Guidebook and find the NTP-Stag Expo 2019 guide
- Tap “enter passphrase” and enter ntpstagexpo19 to download the guide
Whether it is a person’s first time to the expo or the tenth, the show app will help attendees stay connected to all the show activities.
The 2019 Expo is the largest RV distributor-sponsored event in North America involving RV dealers, service centers and mobile repair businesses gathering for education and buying opportunities, the release noted.
This year’s show will host 36 technical product and business development seminars at RV University. The exhibit hall will be home to nearly 200 suppliers showcasing new items, a model store and NTP-Stag exclusive marketing and merchandising offers.
The season’s best deals await NTP-Stag’s customers at the 2019 Expo and the new show app makes getting the most out of the event, easy, the release explained.
The 2019 NTP-Stag Expo takes place Jan. 22 to 23 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville.
For more information go to expo.ntpstag.com or call an NTP-Stag sales representative.
SOURCE: NTP-Stag press release