The North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) saw a “considerable” increase in show interest after reports Nashville would lift its COVID-19 restrictions May 14.
Reports began to surface from news sources April 27, NATDA stated. The Tennessean reported Nashville health officials intend to lift restrictions on businesses and gatherings this month. Read the article here.
The trailer association stated in the day after the announcement, its website saw a 48% increase in users and 64% spike in pageviews. Additionally, hotel reservations at hotel partners increased, indicating what the company stated is a “strong willingness” to travel for NATDA members.
“It is clear that trailer dealers are excited about the possibility of traveling to Nashville for the 2021 NATDA Trailer Show,” NATDA VP Amy Ackerman said. “We are pleased to see that the city is hard work at curbing the effects of COVID-19 have paid off, and we are looking forward to having a show in its entirety this year.”
The 2021 event will take place at Nashville’s Music City Center from Sept. 1-3. Trailer and truck dealers interested in attending can register here.
NATDA serves the light and medium-duty trailer industry.