NETSA Bets On Full House For Upcoming Convention

NETSA Bets On Full House For Upcoming Convention

Largest automotive tire and service trade show in New England offers networking with peers and suppliers.

Registration is now open for the NETSA Trade Show & Convention, the largest automotive tire and service trade show in New England. It will be held at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT March 31 to April 1, 2023. It is open to members of NETSA and non-members and offers an opportunity for attendees to meet with their peers as well as top distributors of tires, wheels, equipment, computer services, and other industry resources.

The Trade Show exhibits and seminars are free for business owners, managers and staff.  The doors open Friday at 4:00 PM providing a great resource for product knowledge, and essential information concerning their businesses.

 The free Saturday morning seminars host the latest in training and learning opportunities.

Jason Abrahams, Founder & CEO of TireTutor, will provide insight on how to compete with large online retailers and mass merchandisers.

Mike Albrecht, Regional Manager for Hunter Engineering Company, and Kip Nuesch, National Sales Advance Auto Parts /Carquest combine their knowledge to answer any questions your shop may have about ADAS ranging from ROI profitability and liability, shop requirements, and training including hands-on ADAS calibrations…and more.  

The Saturday NETSA Annual Meeting includes a luncheon with Shivahn Fitzell, Intelligent Tire Solutions (ITS) Global Marketing Leader in the Performance Sensata Automotive Division.  She will speak to the future of tire sensing after 15+ years of Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS). What does ‘beyond’ look like, what capabilities are coming, and how will it affect independent service providers?

The Saturday Night Hall of Fame Dinner and Auction begins by honoring two dedicated New England businessmen, Jim Melvin, Jr from Melvin’s Tire Pros and  Brian McGeoghegan with Mohawk Rubber Sales.

The final Saturday event concludes with the annual NETSA Scholarship Auction that allows attendees to bid on great tools, tires, electronics, sports items, and more, all donated by our Trade Show sponsors and other scholarship supporters.

Attendees wishing to access discount rates for overnight accommodations at Mohegan Sun’s hotels can do so via pre-registering on the NETSA Registration site.

More details are available through the NETSA Facebook Page, the Association’s Website website at, or by contacting the Executive Director, Tony DeSimone by phone at 855-638-7248 or by email at [email protected].

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