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Wednesday, May 22, 2024
CD/NLA Show App

The countdown is on and we’re now less than two weeks away from the industry event of the year: The CD/NLA Show in Vegas. After two long years, we’re looking forward to seeing our peers and partners at the Paris Hotel & Casino on March 27-30. If you haven’t booked your room at our host property, we’ve extended our exclusive rate of $159/night until Wednesday, March 16. Now’s your last chance to take advantage of this amazing deal.

By now, you’re undoubtedly more than a little interested in the 2022 CD/NLA Show events and sessions, and who can blame you? But if there were only a simple and easy way to get the lowdown on the entire show and plan your time in Vegas… Well, thanks to returning sponsor North Point Global Transportation Services, the show app is here! This app is your gateway to all our show’s exhibitors, attendees, speakers, events, floor plans, social media, and so much more—in other words, everything you need to navigate the event like a pro. Just head to your favorite app store and search for CD/NLA Shows 2022 to download the newest version of our show app (it’s a green logo). It’s easy, free, and we’re adding new information every day!

After you download the app, you’ll have full access to our show schedule, including our education lineup. In last week’s e-news, we shared a bit about what you can anticipate from our sessions and speakers, and now it’s time to put the finishing touches on the educational itinerary. Special thanks to Education Sponsor FASTTRAK Cloud and Coffee Sponsor Buffalo Limousine.


Our Tuesday morning sessions kick off with Remote Work Is Here to Stay: What Does That Mean for Your Business? We have news for you: remote work continues to be a rising trend even in our industry, and it could be beneficial for both you and your team. Moderator Robyn Goldenberg of Strategy Leaders and speakers Gary Arrington of Party Over Here and Dave Uziel of Urban Worldwide each run their own remote operations, and they will provide an update on best practices for hiring and managing off-site employees and offer tangible takeaways to apply to your business.


Motorcoaches and larger vehicles are an investment that can have a big payoff if you play it right—but staying on top of regulations is a must. On Tuesday morning, Join Speaker Danielle Smith of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for Bus Like a Boss, a session that will address some of the more pressing issues facing our industry in 2022, including top violations and how to avoid them, Entry-Level Driver Training, emergency egress requirements on specialized vehicles, and more. Whether you’re a motorcoach newbie or just want a refresher on FMCSA regs, this session should be on your list.

The sessions continue Tuesday with Retail Pivots: Five Ways That Operators Have Adapted to the Changing Landscape. Moderated by CD/NLA Education Committee Co-chair Jason Sharenow of Broadway Elite Worldwide, join five industry operators as they share how you can maximize your profits in the broad retail landscape. Learn how these operators have successfully shifted strategies to market to retail customers.

CD/NLA Show On Wednesday, we conclude our educational programming with a session that tackles one of the hottest topics in ground transportation: Electric Vehicles. In our session Embracing Change—The Pros & Cons of EVs, Tiffany Hinton of Motev and Simon Chen of Eight Black Transport will share their real-world numbers on how integrating EVs into their fleets has worked for them, the pros and cons, customer and driver feedback, and more. They will also address issues concerning range anxiety and reliability.


And while you’re using the app to plan your CD/NLA Show experience, don’t forget to check out our after-hours networking events. On Monday night, we’re activating our DeLorean time machine for a return to radder times. Back by popular demand is our Totally Awesome ’80s Party. The DJ’ed music and quick bites—not to mention our endless drinks—will transport you to those days when big hair and pagers ruled and “zoom” wasn’t the dreaded virtual meeting platform. Bring your neon duds, Miami Vice blazer, old concert shirts, Wayfarer shades, or any other accessory that screams 1980s, because, no duh, the Totally Awesome ’80s Party is one you won’t want to skip.

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