GERMANTOWN, Tenn. The Automotive Distribution Network’s 2012 National Convention has sold out more than five months in advance.
Meeting and ballroom space for the event, which will be held Feb. 2629 at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, is booked to capacity, according to Mike Lambert, president of the Network.
“I commend our members across the board for their commitment in spreading the word to our jobbers and service dealers in the field and generating enthusiasm for what is sure to be our largest event ever,” Lambert said. “The unprecedented support from the Network’s vendor partners will be evident in our 50,000-square-foot Manufacturers Expo, enabling our members, jobbers and service dealers to meet with a wide variety of companies to talk shop and check out their latest products and services.”
Because of the remarkable demand, the Network says it has spared no expense for the entertainment headliner: Gordie Brown, one of the most popular performers on the Strip whose unique act of music parodies and celebrity impressions has earned him appearances on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” will close the festivities.