The National Automobile Dealers Association is back in Las Vegas, Nevada planning the annual NADA Show which will take place next March 10-13. The live, in-person event will feature an exciting kickoff reception a day ahead of the main show in 2022. Today, we’re pleased to welcome Scott Dube, NADA Show Committee Chairman and President of Bill Dube Hyundai to discuss the reception and what attendees can expect from next year’s show.
The NADA Show in 2022 will kick things off in Allegiant Stadium, a state-of-the-art facility that opened just last year which is home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Dube says he has visited a lot of football stadiums and very few come close to Allegiant Stadium. Attendees will first be greeted by the Drumbots, the official drumline to the NHL Vegas Golden Knights.
Dube adds that depending on the route that guests take, they will be greeted by different clubs, refreshment areas, and be able to go onto the field for more activities. A digital DJ opens for the headliner act, Train, an American rock band known for hits like “Meet Virginia”, “Drops of Jupiter”, and “Hey, Soul Sister.”
While nobody can predict what will happen over the next seven months, Dube says that the NADA Show is expected to be an in-person event next March. If COVID-19 or the Delta variant become an issue, Dube explains that the committees will ensure a responsible and safe show, whatever that looks like. Car dealers, vendors, and OEMs alike are eager to meet face-to-face once again, and over the last 18 months, Dube says, those different groups have learned to rely on each other.
Are you interested in attending the 2022 NADA Show? Registration Opens on September 13th. Learn more by visiting show.nada.org.
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