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AAM Group’s Virtual Product Expo Back for 2022

This third-annual event will feature new products, industry hosts and free swag.

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The AAM Group announced that its own virtual product expo, The Event, is back for 2022. The Event educates resellers in the automotive aftermarket on the hottest new products of the year.

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Featured products will be presented through 10-minute category overview videos and more-focused deep-dive videos. As available, attendees will be able to purchase featured products directly from their AAM WD or connect with suppliers for more information. AAM Group says resellers wishing to attend the online expo, which will be held over several days starting November 28, can register for FREE at AAMEvent.com/register.

Hosts
GearZ TV host, inspiring gearhead and award-winning builder, Stacey David is back to host this year’s show. David brings with him an exciting presentation style and valuable industry knowledge to the product discussions. Joining him again will be a rotating panel of experts pulled from among AAM’s own distribution membership.

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More Daily Prizes
This year, The Event will award more daily prizes than ever, AAM Group says. Watching a day’s featured category video will qualify attendees for that day’s prize drawing. But instead of one set of prizes being given away each day, each participating AAM WD’s customers will be grouped into their own drawing pool — dramatically increasing the number of winners. Available prizes include Traeger Pro Series 22 grills, Iconic Accessories barstools and roll-up tool bags and other swag.

Product Voting
Reseller attendees will have a direct say in determining the best products in the show by voting on their favorites in each category.  From those winners, they will vote again to determine the Overall Best New Product. 

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For more information, contact David Ayers at (423) 282-0211, or [email protected]

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