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AAPEX Online Registration Now Open

AAPEX Online Registration Now Open

Online event and housing registration is now open for the 2006 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), which takes place Tuesday, Oct. 31 – Thursday, Nov. 2, in Las Vegas. Online registration is $15 per person if completed before Oct. 13, for a 70 percent savings off the $50 on-site registration fee. AAPEX show organizers have negotiated discounted room rates at 30 hotels in Las Vegas that can be reserved online. With the AAPEX badge, attendees can also enter the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show being held that same week in Las Vegas.

AAPEX Online Registration Now Open

Online registration for the 2005 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) taking place Nov. 1-4 in Las Vegas, is now open at www.aapexshow.com. Online registration is $15 if completed before Oct. 7 -- a 70 percent savings off the $50 on-site registration fee.

AAPEX Online Registration Now Open

Online registration for the 2004 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) - scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 2, through Friday, Nov. 5 - is now available online at www.aapexshow.com. Online registration is only $10 -- a $40 savings from on-site registration fees.

ORLAND PARK, IL – Online registration for the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) is now open at www.AAPEXShow.com. AAPEX will be held Tuesday, Nov. 4, through Thursday, Nov. 6, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.

Buyers who previously attended AAPEX or the SEMA Show have been sent alumni numbers via e-mail to use when registering to speed the process. Alumni status means buyers are pre-approved to register without any further qualifications and are eligible to receive their badges and badge holders in the mail prior to the start of AAPEX. Buyers must follow special instructions that will be included in their confirmation letters in order to receive their badges in the mail.

“Buyers who use their alumni numbers will have everything they need to start doing business at AAPEX as soon as the doors open, without waiting in line at registration or badge holder pickup,” said Bill Glasgow Sr., AAPEX show manager.

As an added convenience, buyers can reserve hotel rooms online by clicking through to the hotel reservations site after completing the registration process. By doing so, contact information will be pre-populated so that buyers don’t have to enter it twice.

For information or questions about alumni numbers or registration, contact: [email protected].

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ORLAND PARK, IL — Online event and housing registration is now open for the 2006 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), which takes place Tuesday, Oct. 31 – Thursday, Nov. 2, in Las Vegas. Online registration is $15 per person if completed before Oct. 13, for a 70 percent savings off the $50 on-site registration fee.

AAPEX show organizers have negotiated discounted room rates at 30 hotels in Las Vegas that can be reserved online. With the AAPEX badge, attendees can also enter the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show being held that same week in Las Vegas.

“Buyers who attended AAPEX in 2005 can use their Alumni number to expedite the online registration process. Buyers who are new to AAPEX will be pleased with the ease and simplicity of online registration, as well as the convenience of clicking through to online housing, without re-entering contact information,” said Bill Glasgow, Sr., AAPEX show manager.

Online registration for AAPEX is available in English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese. Two forms of approved professional identification may be required for new buyers to complete the registration to ensure that only qualified members of the automotive aftermarket attend these trade events.

Registrations received by mail or fax before Friday, Oct. 13, will be $25 (U.S.). Registrations received after Oct. 13 will be $50 (U.S.) and will be handled on-site.

For more information about AAPEX or to register online, visit: www.AAPEXShow.com .

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ORLAND PARK, IL — Online registration for the 2005 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) taking place Nov. 1-4 in Las Vegas, is now open at www.aapexshow.com. Online registration is $15 if completed before Oct. 7 — a 70 percent savings off the $50 on-site registration fee.

Registration gives attendees the AAPEX badge, which can also be used to enter the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show and International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) being held that same week in Las Vegas.

“The AAPEX online registration process is cost-effective and user-friendly. For just $15, attendees get access to three exciting and targeted events that showcase the most comprehensive display of automotive-related products, services and technologies,” said Bill Glasgow, Sr., AAPEX show manager.

Online registration for AAPEX is available in English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese. Two forms of approved professional identification may be required to complete the registration to ensure that only qualified members of the automotive aftermarket attend these trade events.

Registrations received by mail or fax before Oct. 7 will be $25. Registrations received after Oct. 7 will be $50 and will be handled on-site.

AAPEX 2005 will be held Tuesday, Nov. 1, through Friday, Nov. 4, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nev. Due to the record-setting number of exhibitors, AAPEX has been expanded to include exhibits in the Venetian Ballroom.

For more information about AAPEX, go to: www.aapexshow.com.

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LAS VEGAS — Online registration for the 2004 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) – scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 2, through Friday, Nov. 5 – is now available online at www.aapexshow.com. Online registration is only $10 — a $40 savings from on-site registration fees.

“Interested participants will find a wealth of helpful information and services at the site, in addition to the online registration,” said Bill Glasgow Sr. of W.T. Glasgow Inc., AAPEX show management. “Whether it’s locating a product on the show floor, reserving a hotel room or creating a personal itinerary, AAPEXshow.com has it and much more,” he added.

Visitors to the site can search thousands of product categories and identify potential suppliers by company name or brand. The product search alone is of immense value to distributors, retailers and program groups.

Other features include:

* Virtual floor plan, which allows the attendee to see exactly where exhibitors are located in the Sands Expo Center and helps determine a focused and efficient visit of the show floor.

* “My Planner” feature, which allows attendees to develop a personalized hour-by-hour itinerary of networking events, meetings and seminars.

* Increased services for the exhibitor, such as a listing and links for information on promotion and sponsorship opportunities.

* AAPEX information in six different languages: English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese and French.

* Information and entry forms for exhibitors interested in displaying product or packaging in the New Product and Packaging Showcase, located at the AAPEX entrance.

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