Smithfield, RI — The 2024 Annual Meeting and Business Conference of the Automotive Body Parts Association (ABPA) will be held April 22-24, 2024, at the Scott Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. The event is a gathering of aftermarket parts manufacturers, distributors, insurance industry executives, and collision repair companies. In addition to the ABPA’s business meetings, the event features keynote speakers who will discuss legislative, legal and management topics, as well as breakout educational sessions. More details and online registration for the event can be found at the ABPA’s website. Attendees can reserve a hotel package that includes a room rate of $259 per night.
“Our 2023 Convention held in Nashville was a great success with record setting attendance and sponsorship for an ABPA meeting,” said Ed Salamy, Executive Director of the ABPA. “Our Annual Meeting is a fantastic opportunity for the leaders and business owners of the aftermarket parts industry to get together, discover the latest trends, and make valuable connections. We expect even more attendees to participate in ABPA Scottsdale 2024 due to increased demand and our prime location in Scottsdale.”
Registration is now live for the event with early-bird pricing being offered for a limited time. Attendees for the 2024 ABPA Scottsdale Convention will have the opportunity to participate in the sendoff party which will be held at rooftop space at Topgolf Scottsdale on Wednesday 4/24/24. This must-attend event will be included in all ABPA registrations. The annual ABPA Golf Invitational is also back with a full outing planned on Tuesday, 4/23/24.
Salamy added, “The annual ABPA meeting is always a great opportunity for our attendees to network, learn new things, and have a great time. An exciting speaker lineup will be announced over the upcoming weeks. The ABPA Board and I look forward to a large gathering of members in Scottsdale!”
About the Automotive Body Parts Association
The Automotive Body Parts Association (ABPA) has over 150 members representing more than 400 separate collision parts distribution, bumper sales, recycling facilities and manufacturing plants. Collectively, they are responsible for distributing more than 75 percent of independently produced aftermarket collision replacement parts sold to the collision repair trade. For more information visit www.autobpa.com.