OK Autobody Association to Host Inaugural Trade Show in Feb. 2024
The show floor will be open to the public, and will offer vendors, education and networking opportunities.
Written by Autobody News Staff
Published Oct. 9, 2023
The Oklahoma Autobody Association (OKABA) announced it is planning its first-ever trade show, open to the public, Feb. 2-3, 2024, at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa, OK.
OKABA invites consumers to see what the collision repair industry is doing to make sure vehicles are repaired safely, vendors to showcase their products to shops and technicians, repairers to listen, learn and network with others facing the same struggles and achievements, and insurers to see what the industry is doing to protect consumers.
Among the tentative plans are a social reception and comedy show featuring Billy Dee Washington on Feb. 2, and a breakfast, break-out sessions, the trade show and a keynote speech by Allison Massari on Feb. 3.
Registration for the social reception, comedy show, breakfast, break-out sessions and lunch is $55.
The trade show floor is free for members and non-members and open to the public. The education sessions are free for OKABA members.