Automotive industry entrepreneur Rahim Hassanally takes a look at what’s in store at this year’s upcoming National Automobile Dealers Association Show.
Now just weeks away, California-based automotive industry entrepreneur Rahim Hassanally offers a closer look at what’s in store for attendees of this year’s National Automobile Dealers Association Show, set to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from Friday, February 14 to Monday, February 17, 2020.
“NADA Show 2020 will host education and events from Friday, February 14 until Monday, February 17, with the NADA Show expo also taking place from Saturday, February 15,” explains Hassanally, a veteran of the automotive industry, originally from Texas and now based in California.
The annual National Automobile Dealers Association Show, he says, is tailored toward all aspects of the automotive industry, from dealers, general management, and their finance, service, and parts departments, to those in the fields of digital and marketing, as well as international dealers and other overseas operators.
“At NADA Show 2020, general management will learn, for example, how to get results in each department,” reveals Hassanally, “by honing their leadership skills, learning to hire the best people, manage their brand, and keep their business running smoothly and profitably.”
Those involved in digital, meanwhile, will, he says, discover how to manage customers’ online experiences, organize lead information, and learn the latest dealership-specific technical and digital options. “Finance, service, parts, and marketing, plus international businesses, will all receive individual focus over the course of the four-day-long event, too,” adds Hassanally.
“All NADA Show 2020 activities will take place,” he goes on, “at the Las Vegas Convention Center, unless otherwise indicated.”
The Las Vegas Convention Center is operated and owned by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. A government building in the Clark County town of Winchester, Nevada, the Las Vegas Convention Center is conveniently located around 10 minutes from the famous Las Vegas Strip.
“One of the biggest convention centers in the world with almost two million square feet of exhibition space, the Las Vegas Convention Center is capable of hosting shows with up to 200,000 attendees,” Hassanally points out.
“Still need to register for NADA Show 2020? Then head to nadashow.org to secure your spot today,” he adds, wrapping up, “for what is, without a doubt, the automotive industry event of the year.”
Based in Fairfield, California, Rahim Hassanally is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, a private Methodist research university in University Park, Texas. Born and raised in Texas before relocating to the so-called Golden State, automotive industry veteran Hassanally’s professional accolades include receiving recognition as the 18th annual Urban Wheel Awards ‘Urban Dealer of the Year’ and making the Automotive News ‘Top 40 Under 40’ list. He’s also a keen advocate for cancer awareness, a NADA Dealer Academy graduate, and a more-than-ten-year member of the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers.