September Marks the First in-Person Return of 3 Major Trade Shows

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A consequence of the Coronavirus pandemic has been more than a year and a half of virtual conventions and trade shows instead of in-person events.
Fortunately, with an increase in vaccinations, life is beginning to get back to normal, leading to the return of automotive events like the Chicago Auto Show.
Another sign of recovery is the return of regional trade shows. According to Repairer Driven News, those in the car repair community have the opportunity to go to three upcoming events.
A black Nissan with the front passenger side showing the internal mechanics of the vehicle
Returning to normalcy means the return of some major trade shows.

Northeast 2021

The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey's regular show is slated to be the first trade show of its type since 2020. It takes place from September 10th through the 12th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey.
Attendees of NORTHEAST 2021 will get to see new car repair products up close on the exposition floor. There are also a number of seminars and training featuring expert guests from major names in the industry.
To ensure that the event is as safe as possible, masks are encouraged, but they are not required. Event organizers say that the exhibition space will be cleaned regularly too.
If you had registered to go to NORTHEAST 2020, which was canceled due to COVID-19, your registration applies to this year's trade show.

Texas Auto Body Trade Show

On September 17, the Auto Body Association of Texas will host the sixth annual trade show. The Texas Auto Body Trade Show will take place in the Irving Convention Center, which is located in Las Colinas in the Dallas area.
Those who attend will get to attend seminars from experts in various fields within car repair. Some subjects that will be covered in seminars include trends in collision repair and improving cybersecurity.
This show promises to not just be educational, though, as they are planning fun Big Shot competitions for cash prizes.
These competitions will be held for painters, body technicians, and other auto repair workers with skill and knowledge challenges. One contest even uses virtual welding machines to test skills.

Midwest Auto Body Trade Show

Shop owners and mechanics in the Midwest can attend this Iowa trade show put on by the IRCA. The Midwest Auto Body Trade Show will be held at the Riverside Casino and Golf Resort in Riverside, Iowa from September 30 to October 2.
Car sales are up in Iowa, so now is a great time for local repairers to learn new skills and brush up on their trade. This trade show will feature classes on collision advice and the future of car repairs.
Like other trade shows, this event also gives attendees a chance to socialize and network with one another.
Since the show is held at a golf resort, a tournament will be held on the first day of the event. Seminars don't start until the day after the tournament, so anyone interested will have the chance to participate.
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