Car Rental Show: Last Days to Register

The Car Rental Show 2008, the only industry-wide trade show for the auto rental industry, starts next Monday! Online pre- registration closes Friday, March 28.

Presented in conjunction with ACRA, the American Car Rental Association, the Car Rental Show (March 31 – April 1) offers an exclusive gathering of independent and franchised rental company operators, manufacturers, and industry professionals.

Keynote Speakers

Speakers representing key companies in the industry will share their knowledge, including top leaders such as:

• Bill Connors, Executive Director and COO, National Business Travel Association
• Tom Kontos, Vice President, Industry Relations & Analytical Services, ADESA
• Sandy Miller, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Franchise Services North America

Check out our impressive list of exhibitors showcasing their latest products and services.

Networking

Kick off your networking at TSD's Monday night wine-tasting reception. The Sommelier will bring a first-class choice of fine wines for guests to taste and savor.

Stay connected throughout the show thanks to Zurich's cyber café where you can check your email. Enjoy some cool flamenco inspired guitar music, brought to you by Kline Corporation. Get together with your peers one last time during the Martini Madness Closing Reception, sponsored by the Auto Rental News magazine.

The Car Rental Show, March 31 – April 1, at the Las Vegas Hilton, is the MUST attend event for the auto rental industry.

It's not too late to get your conference pass. Register Online Today!

Visit CarRentalShow.com or call 817-635-0302 to register by phone. Mention promo code: EMAIL8

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