HDAW Exhibit Space Sold Out - Tire Review Magazine

HDAW Exhibit Space Sold Out

(Akron/Tire Review) Show organizers for the first-ever Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) have announced that exhibit space is sold out.

HDAW will be held Jan. 23-27 at the Mirage in Las Vegas and will feature 232 exhibitors in 424 booths. In addition to the tradeshow exhibits, the conference will also offer a distributor education program, one-on-one business meetings between suppliers and distributors and networking opportunities.

“Every single booth has been sold, and several companies have been wait-listed for booth space,” said Bill Glasgow, Sr., HDAW show manager. “We’ve made adjustments to the floor plan to maximize every available space and accommodate as many companies as possible. The demand for booth space in this premier event has exceeded our expectations.”
Companies that would like to be wait-listed to exhibit should contact W.T. Glasgow Inc., HDAW Show Management, at 708-226-1300 or [email protected].

To register for HDAW, visit www.hdaw.org.

Special registration fees are available to members of the following organizations: Heavy Duty Distribution Association, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association, Council of Fleet Specialists, Heavy Duty America, Heavy Duty Remanufacturers Group, Heavy Duty Representatives Association, International Truck Parts Association, National Wheel & Rim Association, Overseas Automotive Council, Power Heavy Duty, Service Specialists Association and TruckPride. 

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