MEMPHIS The upcoming National Convention of the Automotive Distribution Network, to be held Feb. 26March 1, has sold out the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, with more than 1,300 attendees expected for the event, according to Mike Lambert, president of the Network.
“Despite these challenging economic times, our Parts Plus warehouses, auto stores and service dealers, along with our IAPA WDs, jobbers and Auto Service Plus shops, have committed to reinvesting in themselves and their businesses by attending our National Convention in Nashville,” Lambert said. “While the Renaissance has sold out, we have secured more rooms at the Hilton Suites Hotel, right across the street. If more customers want to come, we will accommodate them.”
Attendees will have the opportunity to roam the largest Manufacturers Expo in Network Convention history, with more than 175 of the association’s vendor partners in 40,000 square feet scheduled to be on hand to talk shop and display their latest products.
In addition to business seminars and first-class entertainment, including comedian Henry Cho, the 2009 Network National Convention will also feature a question-and-answer Industry Forum, with all levels of the distribution chain on stage.
For more information, visit: http://www.networkhq.org.