Registration for the 2022 NATDA is Now Open!

Dealership Performance Training will be held on Wednesday, August 31, 2022.
The Trailer Show Exhibit Hall will be open on Thursday, September 1 -
Friday, September 2, 2022.

(NOTE NEW FRIDAY HOURS: 9am-12pm!)

Dealers: Click Here to Register

Please note that our registration process has changed, please read the instructions here before clicking the registration link. NATDA welcomes trailer dealers and any operating dealer in a similar category or industry, such as RV, auto, marine, power sports, heavy equipment and agricultural machinery. A dealership, as defined by NATDA, is a brick and mortar location where trailers, truck beds or components of similar categories, such as those listed above, are sold or rented, maintenance services are provided or industry-related retail parts are sold.

Exhibitors: Click Here to Register your Staff  

Please note that our registration process has changed, please read the instructions here before clicking the registration link. Interested in exhibiting?  Reach out to our sales team to secure your 2022 exhibit space before the floor is sold out! Our Director of Sales, Karen Anderson (karen@natda.org) will be happy to assist.  

Trailer and Truck Bed Manufacturers & Suppliers
(non-exhibiting companies) 

Registration is NOT available online for this category. Your company must be a 2022 NATDA Member to receive a 1-day pass to walk the trade show. A 1-day pass only applies to businesses that have never attended the show and are interested in exhibiting.  If you’ve previously attended a show, your company will be required to exhibit at the 2022 NATDA Trailer Show.

Please contact Karen Anderson at karen@natda.org to register for your 1-day pass.  

Each representative from your organization must sign a non-solicitation agreement, acknowledging that nobody from  your company will solicit your business during your attendance at any or all NATDA Trailer Show events. 

A supplier, as defined by NATDA, is either a service provider – financial institution, insurance provider, website or software developer, business solutions, etc. – or a parts & components manufacturer or distributor. Parts & components categories frequently found at our show consist of axle and components, brake assemblies, brake controls and actuators, cargo and outdoor gear, chemicals and coating, electrical and lighting, hitches, jacks, couplers and winches, suspension systems, tires and wheels, trailering components, and related products. 

COVID PROTOCOLS:

Your safety is our top priority and we are working closely with the City of Nashville, our partners at the Music City Center and hotels to ensure that you will enjoy your time with us.  We will be enforcing the protocols that the City of Nashville will require.  At this time, there are NO protocols in place for the City of Nashville. This includes proof of vaccination, mask requirements, controlled social distancing, etc.  Should any of these items become mandatory, we will notify you all as we become aware of any changes that may need to be put into place.   We encourage everyone to respect each individual’s choice in whether to wear a mask, decline a handshake, or participate in the event to the extent they are comfortable. 

 

We ask that anyone registered for the event cancel their participation immediately upon becoming exposed to, or being diagnosed with, any strain of the COVID virus within 10 days of the event. 


The following precautions have been put into place:

  • Contactless registration.  Pre-registered badges will be picked up at a self-serve kiosk. 
  • Registration materials will be pre-packaged and will be distributed through a self-serve distribution area.  Items such as the NATDA Magazine and the show lanyards may be found in the official show bag. 
  • Individually wrapped face masks will be available at registration should you want one. 
  • Exhibitors will be encouraged to use the lead retrieval app available for purchase through our registration provider for contactless data collection.
  • Exhibitors are asked to distribute any giveaways individually packaged, instead of having an attendee 'grab' from a bowl or common space, when possible.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout lobbies, the conference center and around the perimeter of the show floor.  
  • Regarding food & beverage services, all employees of the Music City Center catering team are required to perform daily wellness checks prior to being permitted to handle any catering needs.
  • All employees of the Music City Center will be masked at all times.

Please click here for all current Attendee Terms & Conditions.