Auto Service World
News   October 10, 2001   by Auto Service World

Reman Show Shifts to the Web

The International Big R Show may not be happening in Dallas this year, but it’s coming right to your desktop.
The Automotive Parts Rebuilders Association has announced that the show will presented on the web in a "virtual" format.
The "Virtual Big R Show," will be available online for the auto parts rebuilding industry at
The International Big R Show had originally been scheduled for early November dates at a Dallas, Tex., venue but was cancelled in light of the current world events.
Companies that were planning to exhibit at the show will be automatically listed in the APRA Virtual Big R Show through March 1, 2002.
The same information contained in the annual Show Guide for each exhibitor can be found online at the Virtual Big R Show. Each company is easily accessible via a user-friendly search query found at Exhibitors choosing to expand the information available at the virtual trade show can upgrade to a full Virtual Trade Booth, accessible from their basic listing.
Part of the RemanCentral community, the Virtual Big R Show gives exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their products and services online, and provide comprehensive information on their respective companies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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