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Keystone Automotive Opens Registration for 2022 BIG Show

For those unable to attend the 2022 BIG Show, Keystone will present a virtual BIG Show April 4-9.


Keystone Automotive Operations, distributor and marketer of automotive aftermarket products and services, announced that registration is now open for the 2022 BIG Show. The annual customer event is coming to Grapevine, Texas, March 25-26, 2022, and will be held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center followed by a virtual event from April 4-9.


The Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center will be the epicenter of the automotive aftermarket, says Keystone Automotive, as the industry comes together for two days of special programs and events, exhibiter displays, feature vehicles and product education in addition to show-only sales and promotions. 

“The BIG Show provides a unique setting which allows our suppliers and customers to connect, speak about industry trends and discuss new products and opportunities,” says Keystone Automotive Operations President Bill Rogers. “In addition to the great sales and product promotions, it is these networking opportunities that make The BIG Show such an extremely effective event for suppliers and jobbers alike. As we make final preparations for the show, we are looking forward to spending this time with our customers and supplier partners at the fantastic Gaylord Texan in Grapevine.”   


For those unable to attend the 2022 BIG Show, Keystone will once again present a virtual BIG Show following the live event. This virtual show will be the fourth consecutive year of the online event allowing participants the chance to partake in many of the same offers and promotions as the live event while engaging with presenting suppliers in a safe and convenient virtual format. 

Keystone Automotive Operations continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and are in constant communication with the host venue and local authorities.

For more information, visit or contact your Keystone representative.



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