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NTP Projecting Record Numbers for Trade Show
Posted By RV Business On January 30, 2013 @ 12:01 pm In Breaking News | No Comments
Wilsonville, Ore.-based NTP Distribution announced Atwood Mobile Products LLC as the title sponsor of its annual trade show and conference, which the company is projecting to be its largest event to date. According to a press release, the upcoming NTP show is set to run Feb. 12-15 in San Diego.
“Atwood has been a partner with NTP for over 30 years and we’re proud to have them as the title sponsor of our annual trade show,” said Greg Boyd, president of NTP. “This year, we are seeing increased supplier participation and are expecting a record number of RV dealers.”
NTP said that RV dealer attendance, in part, is being driven by the its “logistics expansion” derived from parent company Keystone Automotive Operations’ network of five distribution centers and 20 cross-docks serving the U.S. and Canada. The expected attendance from Canada alone at the NTP Show is up over 50%.
Atwood will be showcasing some exciting new products at the show this year.
“We have made significant investments in the RV aftermarket,” said Kip Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing. Products such as the Atwood AirCommand and helium refrigerator are well established in the marketplace while the Atwood on-demand water heater is beginning to garner the same widespread appeal.”
NTP will be offering exclusive pricing and promotions at this year’s event. “One area which has generated a tremendous amount of buzz has been the announcement of ‘Power Hours,’” stated Jon White, vice president of sales at NTP. “These at-show-only deep-buying opportunities are attracting a lot of dealer interest”. This year, six suppliers have partnered with NTP to participate in the “Power Hour” program.
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