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AAPEX 2019 Exhibitor Booth Camp To Share Buyer Perspectives

Exhibitors also will learn proven strategies to increase booth traffic and how to enhance their ROI.

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AAPEX 2019 is hosting an Exhibitor Booth Camp in Detroit and Las Vegas to help prepare exhibiting companies for success at this year’s event. 

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AAPEX 2019, which represents the more than $1 trillion global automotive aftermarket industry, will take place Tuesday, Nov. 5 through Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas.

Exhibitor Booth Camp is for both first-time and returning exhibitors and is offered at no cost. The Booth Camp will include a panel of AAPEX buyers who will share what motivates them to visit a booth and their expectations when talking with booth staff. Exhibitors also will learn proven strategies to increase booth traffic and how to enhance their ROI. 

Presentations will cover show updates, pre- and post-show planning tips, promotional opportunities through sponsorships and how to save money on booth-related expenses and services. The AAPEX team and official AAPEX vendors will be available for one-on-one meetings with exhibitors. For the Booth Camp in Las Vegas, exhibitors will have the opportunity to tour the Sands Expo and participate in a networking reception.  

The Exhibitor Booth Camp in Detroit will take place Tuesday, June 25,at MAHLE Aftermarket in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The Las Vegas Booth Camp will be heldThursday, June 27, at theSands Expo, Rooms 308 – 310.

To attend, exhibitors can sign up now or visit the AAPEX website, aapexshow.com. To learn more, watch Highlights From AAPEX Exhibitor Booth Camp

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