2015 International Car Rental Show in Pictures

Two attendees spell out "20" in honor of the show's 20th anniversary. Photo by Amy Winter.
Two attendees spell out "20" in honor of the show's 20th anniversary. Photo by Amy Winter.

At the 20th annual International Car Rental Show, some 800 attendees across the globe gathered together to gain inspiration, network and evolve in the ever-changing car rental industry — where technology, such as carsharing, is driving growth.

This year’s conference featured an expanded agenda and exhibit hall as well as year-over-year growth in attendance. There was a solid international presence, with 33 countries represented.
The event took place at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas from April 12-15.

Click here to view the photo galleries featuring seminars/keynotes, the exhibit hall and attendees.

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