5 Reasons to Attend NIADA Convention

The largest event for the used vehicle industry, the NIADA Convention and Expo, returns June 17-20 to the Wynn Las Vegas.

Registration remains open for the don’t miss event of the year at niada.com/convention.

Here are 5 reasons you need to join us at this year’s NIADA Convention and Expo.

    1. Network with hundreds of fellow dealers

    Exchange ideas with hundreds of your peers from around the country during the NIADA Convention and Expo. The multiple receptions and time in the expansive expo hall are great opportunities to ask questions from other dealers to find nuggets to help you grow your business.

    2. More than 50 hours of education

    No matter your dealership type there are education sessions tailored to your needs. The more than 50 hours of education include multiple sessions in five different tracks – BHPH, retail, compliance, management and marketing. Sessions are led by dealers and industry experts.

    3. Hear from federal agencies

      The NIADA Convention and Expo is the only opportunity to hear from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Trade Commission and IRS all in one place. Come get your compliance and regulation questions answered from the source during sessions with representatives from all three agencies.

        4. Address from an American hero

        Be inspired by Lone Survivor, Marcus Luttrell during his keynote address. Sitting down for a candid conversation with NIADA members, the decorated Navy Seal, best-selling author and podcast host, will share his philosophy and stories about overcoming adversity, building relationships, leadership, discipline and sacrifice.

          5. Celebrate the industry

          Be there for the crowning of the 2024 National Quality Dealer of the Year during the new awards ceremony to close the convention. Along with the NQD, members will be recognized for their contributions to the associations and industry.

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