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Breaking: NADA confirms virtual show for Feb. 2021

As first reported by CBT News on September 25, the National Automobile Dealers Association has finally confirmed that the 2021 NADA Show will move to a fully virtual experience. The 2021 show will now be held from Tuesday, February 9, through Thursday, February 11.

In a press release distributed earlier this morning, NADA Chairman Rhett Ricart said, “The coronavirus has been persistent, a second wave is predicted to coincide with flu season, and, as things stand, public health controls remain too restrictive to allow the show to go forward in person. Recognizing these realities, we are transitioning to a virtual show.”

On that note, we would like to hear from you, our viewers. Are you planning on attending the virtual 2021 show?


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