Trailer Association Touts No Masks at Nashville Event

A photo taken from above of people setting up a trailer show in a giant expo hall

After on-site meetings to assess Nashville, Tennessee’s state, the North American Trailer Dealers Assocation (NATDA) announced its 2021 Trailer Show will be a “fully open” event.

The 2021 NATDA Trailer Show is slated Sept. 1-3 at Music City Center.

NATDA representatives were informed earlier this month that Nashville lifted all mask requirements and is “overwhelmingly back to normal.”

The association’s director of operations and events, Andria Gibbon, and director of sales, Karen Anderson, along with NATDA director of marketing, Corey Langley, met with representatives from Music City Center and other high-traffic tourist destinations to assess the city’s state.

“Nashville’s lifting of its mask mandates is the final indication that the city is undeniably safe for our attendees,” NATDA President Andy Ackerman said. “It is important that our attendees are able to have the full-fledged Nashville experience just as they did in 2016. We are overjoyed to report that that will be the case in 2021.”

During their visit, the association’s team visited multiple attractions within walking distance of NATDA’s contracted hotels to ensure dealers’ overall safety. While many locations had COVID-19 safety measures in place, such as additional hand sanitizing stations, all locations were opened to full capacity.

To register or to learn more about the 2021 NATDA Trailer Show, visit or call 727-360-0304 to speak with a NATDA representative.

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