Car Rental Show Announces 2011 and 2012 Dates

Auto Rental News is proud to announce the dates for the 2011 and 2012 Car Rental Show, which will take place at the Las Vegas Hilton.

Next year's show is scheduled for March 8-9, 2011. The 2012 show is scheduled for March 12-13.

For conference program information, contact Chris Brown, executive editor of Auto Rental News, at (310) 533-2499 or [email protected].

For exhibitor information, contact Adam Kimber at (714) 496-9026 or [email protected].


  1. Neil Abrams [ July 14, 2010 @ 01:19PM ]


  2. adam [ July 15, 2010 @ 08:20AM ]

    I guess by having it at the Hilton people will make the show. Holding it at some place newer people may be tempted so sway over to the darkside of Vegas.

    How about switching it up to another major city around the US. Giving an operator of one city a chance to see other people operate in another.

    How about setting up of a tour of somebody's rental operation in the hosting city. Giving some fresh ideas both ways.

  3. Chris Brown [ July 15, 2010 @ 09:10AM ]

    The Hilton is a fine hotel. There is nothing wrong with it. And the room rate is phenomenal. After this contract is up we'll explore new hotels - I promise. But CRS vendors and attendees will have to realize those great prices for rooms, booths and registration will change. And it won't go lower.

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