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NPW’s 2011 Florida Automotive, Speed and Truck Expo Announced

National Performance Warehouse (NPW) will open its doors to qualified parts and accessory suppliers, buyers and enthusiasts for the second year at its new venue.

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MIAMI, Fla. — National Performance Warehouse (NPW) will open its doors to qualified parts and accessory suppliers, buyers and enthusiasts for the second year at its new venue.

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The NPW “FAST Expo” will be held on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011, at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. NPW successfully produced trade shows for 42 years in the traditional fashion until 2010, when it moved to this new location and format. “NPW is expecting a record turnout over 2010 as the weather and football will both be on our side this year,” said Larry Pacey, president of NPW.

NPW is headquartered in Miami, Fla., with additional locations in Tampa, Fla., and Oakland, San Jose and Los Angeles, Calif.

Last year the event drew more than 3,500 attendees despite one of Florida’s worst cold snaps in decades. The company is expanding the event this year to include more manufacturers, enhanced deals, new products, technician education and celebrity appearances.

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The company says it is keeping its word that “future events would be bigger and better with more manufacturers and added attractions for those automotive enthusiasts and industry professionals who want to stay connected to the latest trends and innovations.”

Booth space sign-up is far ahead of 2010, the company said, as NPW suppliers are rapidly signing on to get the space they need. Set-up day is Saturday, Jan. 29.

For more information, show facts and registration (trade only), contract the NPW FAST Show Coordinator at (305) 953-7306.

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