DALLAS — Organizers for the 2005 International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) said this year’s Space Draw was an outstanding success, with more than 85 percent of available space assigned. The annual Space Draw took place March 21-28.
“Coming off such a strong event in 2004, the NACE 2005 Exposition will again prove to be the collision repair industry’s #1 buying and selling event and as such, will showcase the largest and most comprehensive display of exciting new products, services and technologies,” said Dana Teague, NACE senior show director.
In addition to completing the Space Draw, NACE announced that Michael Henk of General Motors will serve as Exhibitor Advisory Council Chairman for 2005. Henk has been involved in the collision repair industry for more than 11 years and currently serves as marketing specialist – GM Collision/Restoration Parts for GM Service and Parts Operations. He handles all the marketing promotions, advertising, trade show coordination, Internet and parts training information for this GM business line.
As NACE Exhibitor Advisory Council Chairman (EAC), Henk will lead the 28-member council that serves as a forum for exhibitors to present their concerns and ideas to NACE. Council members also offer suggestions on seminar topics, entertainment and keynote speakers, provide input into show floor design, concessions and live demonstrations and identify ways to create additional value for attendees and exhibitors.
For more NACE information, visit: www.NACEexpo.com.
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