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International Big R Show Registration Now Online

Online registration has opened for the International BIG R Show, which takes place Oct. 29-Nov. 1 at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas. Since 1988, the International BIG R Show has helped suppliers to the automotive and truck parts remanufacturing industry reach out to potential customers. The show is designed to attract rebuilders of a wide range of automotive and truck parts, exposing them to the key suppliers in this industry. In 2003 more than 160 exhibiting companies displayed the latest equipment, components, new units, cores and more during the two-day

CHANTILLY, VA — Online registration has opened for the International BIG R Show, which takes place Oct. 29-Nov. 1 at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas.

Since 1988, the International BIG R Show has helped suppliers to the automotive and truck parts remanufacturing industry reach out to potential customers. The show is designed to attract rebuilders of a wide range of automotive and truck parts, exposing them to the key suppliers in this industry. In 2003 more than 160 exhibiting companies displayed the latest equipment, components, new units, cores and more during the two-day event.

Visitors to www.BIGRShow.com can register online, review a list of the exhibitors at the virtual trade show as well as review complete convention program details and descriptions of the seminars.

Hotel reservations can be made through the online housing form or by calling the Riviera Hotel at 1-800-634-6753 or 702-734-5110 to reserve rooms.

For more information, contact the Automotive Parts Rebuilders Association (APRA) at 703-968-2772, or go to: www.BIGRshow.com.

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