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NACE Space Draw Date Approaching

The deadline to return contracts and deposits for the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) show space draw is near. NACE is being held Nov. 3-6, during Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week (AAIW) in Las Vegas.To qualify for the Space Draw, prospective exhibitors are required to return their contracts and deposits to NACE Show Management (Hanley Wood Exhibitions) no later than March 9. The assignment process begins on March 15. Companies not participating in the Space Draw will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis after the Draw.

DALLAS, TX — The deadline to return contracts and deposits for the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) show space draw is near. NACE is being held Nov. 3-6, during Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week (AAIW) in Las Vegas.

To qualify for the Space Draw, prospective exhibitors are required to return their contracts and deposits to NACE Show Management (Hanley Wood Exhibitions) no later than March 9. The assignment process begins on March 15. Companies not participating in the Space Draw will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis after the Draw.

“Early indications [contracts received] point to a strong participation of companies coming in for the Space Draw,” said Dana Bellantone, NACE Show Director. “We’ve received firm commitments from major paint companies of their return to the show. This is very good news for the event and the industry as a whole. A successful Space Draw will set in motion the synergy that NACE has become known for throughout the years. NACE 2004 and all the positive changes taking place, show a great deal of promise and we’re very excited!”

More information is available on the NACE Web site: www.NACEexpo.com.

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