Over 80% of the expo's visitors in 2018 were either owners or key management personnel of their companies. That means eight out of 10 show goers that would traffic the show’s aisles were buyers. Your audience for certain.
Attendee surveys have shown that 60% of show visitors to the annual American Towman Exposition in Atlantic City, NJ are running body shop and/or repair facilities.
With more than 14,000 in total attendance in 2018, that represents a potential audience of more than 8,400 key decision-makers in these auto service-related markets.
Add another potential target audience of 15,000 shop owners not involved in emergency roadside service in the eastern portion of the U.S., and the prospects for the largest attended shop-oriented trade show are very real.
The collision-repair industry attend the ARC District inside the Atlantic City Convention Center: owners of independent body shops, franchised body repair outlets, national brand shops, and combination body-repair & towing businesses. The garage-venue inside the American Towman Exposition provides a dynamic equipment marketplace for all automotive-repair related businesses.
Whether independent shops or diversified into towing services, find the ARC District a strategic destination site for equipment research and purchasing. For the past 30 years, shop owners have averaged 60% of the attendance at AT Expo; the ARC District in that time has developed from the expressed interest of the shop owners in attendance.
Targeting over 15,000 Shop Owners. 60% Own auto, truck, and body shop repair facilities
A two-day conference geared towards auto repair shop and body shop owners will take place at the American Towman Exposition, Dec. 6-7. Join Automobile Training Institute’s Senior Instructor Matt Winslow for this informative conference as he will instruct attendees on how to improve cashflow and profitability; increase and stabilize store traffic; create consistent SOPs; create effective staffing strategies; and how to plan for succession and retirement. Matt Winslow, Automobile Training Institute; Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.