#NADA2015: The tweets that summed up the automotive expo

Time 6:37 am, January 27, 2015

new_twitter_logoTHE doors to the NADA Expo halls may now be closed and the Car Dealer team might just be about to start their homeward journey – but that doesn’t stop us reliving some of the best bits.

The show here in San Francisco has stunned us with the ideas it has served up for car dealers across the world.

We’ll be reporting on those we managed to unearth in the next issue of Car Dealer, but in the meantime enjoy a few of the tweets that made us think and smile during our time Stateside.

1. 150 times a day? Our battery life says more like 1,500…

2. Some of the UK’s leading car dealer chiefs made the trip and took in *some* of the show

3. UK suppliers made the trip across the pond too. They managed some sightseeing. Of sorts.

4. Some dealers picked up some top tips from the speakers

5. While others learned things dealers would probably rather not know

6. Some American dealers loved the show, but their private jets more…

7. And after days talking to dealers some exhibitors were jumping for joy at going home too

8. We were obviously taking things VERY seriously and working

9. But for some the draw of San Francisco’s famous streets was too much…

10. These guys hosted an after party… for 5,000 dealers. Yes, really.

11. While they partied, we hijacked the official show hashtag. Sorry NADA…

12. This tweet from iVendi’s James Tew made us LOL

13. As did this dog-driving Limo one…

14. Nice to see some people got some car shopping in…

15. While this one – completely unrelated to NADA – just made us laugh…

16. NADA wrapped up with this…

18. And if you need any more inspiration to better your business, look no further than this…

19. But if you can’t wait until Vegas, make sure you’re at our event on June 9 at Silverstone. It’ll be awesome.


Sign up to the Car Dealer Conference – at Silverstone, June 9 – to learn tips like this on home turf

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James is the founder and editor-in-chief of Car Dealer Magazine, and CEO of parent company Baize Group. James has been a motoring journalist for more than 20 years writing about cars and the car industry.

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