Deadline for early-bird registration for NIADA Convention and Expo nears

The clock is ticking to get registered for NIADA Convention and Expo before the window closes on the early-bird pricing.

The early-bird registration closes May 20 for the largest convention and expo for the used vehicle industry June 17-20 at the Wynn Las Vegas. The early-bird registration is $545 for members, which is a $200 discount off the standard registration. Non-member early-bird registration is $845 and non-member standard registration is $1,045.

Registrants can also take advantage of the discounted rooms at the beautiful Wynn Hotel, starting at $174 per night, plus taxes and a reduced resort fee of $25 per night. But there is only a limited inventory of rooms and the discount also expires May 20.

The convention will feature more than 50 hours of education led by y experts in retail, buy-here pay-here, management, marketing and compliance. Members of every area of the dealership will be able to find valuable training. Each of the five tracks offers multiple sessions led by dealers and industry experts, including several panel discussions.

Recent education additions include “Collections is an Art” panel discussion featuring Jason March of March Motors in Jacksonville, Fla., Tara Carl of Red, White and Blue Motors in Ashland, Penn., and Nehad Dwikat of MEI in Arlington, Texas. NIADA Senior 20 Group Moderator David Brotherton will moderate the panel of dealers as they explain how to limit the amount of time you spend on collections and how to maintain them.

Dealers will also have a chance to hear directly from staff from the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Internal Revenue Service about regulations in the industry during breakout sessions.

Don’t delay, register today.

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