2011 Car Rental Show Post-show Coverage

2011 Car Rental Show: What Happened in Vegas?

The 2011 Car Rental Show convened March 8-9 in Las Vegas. As usual, attendees and exhibitors crammed education, training, expo floor interaction and face-to-face networking into two days at the Hilton.

Here is a compendium of information on what went down, including photos, speaker presentations and blog posts from Auto Rental News editor Chris Brown.

 

Chris Brown's show blogs:

2011 Car Rental Show summary:

Car Rental Show: What Happened in Vegas?

Larry De Shon opening keynote:

CRS 2011: What Larry De Shon Said

American Car Rental Association panel recap:

ACRA Panel: A Rational, Safe Way to Handle Recalls

Auto manufacturer's panel recap:

CRS: What the Manufacturers Said

 

Here are photos of the show. Where are you?

http://www.automotive-fleet.com/PhotoGallery/ImageViewer.aspx?imageID=205

(More photos to come!)

 

Visit the Car Rental Show front page to view seven speaker presentations, including:

The Triple Bottom Line: keynote presentation by Lee Broughton, Enterprise Holdings

Carsharing: Extending Your Reach, Improving Your Margins: Neil Abrams, Abrams Consulting Group, Inc. and Julian Espiritu, Abrams CarSharing Advisors

Rental Car Satisfaction Recovers - Now What?: Stuart Greif, JD Power and Associates
Click here to download the JDPA service excellence report for free.

Innovative Marketing Techniques for Independents: presentation by Jim Davis and Tom Sabol, Leslie Saunders Insurance & Marketing International

How to Explain Car Rental to Banks and Investors: presentation by Scott White, C.L. King & Associates

Tennant Group Roundtable: presentation by Jim Tennant and the Tennant Group

ACRA Panel Session: led by Sharon Faulker, ACRA

 

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