Mystery Shopping Company, Shoppers' Critique, to Attend NADA Conference

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Orlando mystery shopping company, Shoppers' Critique is scheduled to attend the NADA Conference in New Orleans, LA this month. The NADA conference & expo is the automotive industry event of the year and the world's largest international gathering place for franchised new-vehicle dealers.

Paul Bell and Mike McCaffrey, National Sales Directors from Shoppers' Critique will be attending the NADA conference for the second year in a row. The conference is relevant to Shoppers' Critique due to the fact that a majority of their business is in the automotive industry. Not only will they gain additional knowledge about the automotive industry, but can also make and revisit contact in the industry.

The conference will take place Friday, January 24th and continue until Monday January 27th at the New Orleans Convention Center in New Orleans, LA. According to the NADA convention website, "The convention offers dealers a rare chance to meet face-to-face with executives of major auto manufacturers and features hundreds of exhibitors showcasing the latest equipment, services, and technologies and dozens of workshops with the industry's best trainers".

Shoppers' Critique plans on continually attending the event in coming years, so long as the benefits continue to present themselves to the company. Shoppers' Critique is showing dedication to their target industry by keeping informed and in front of executives by attending. According to Shoppers' Critique, "We hope to build brand loyalty and create a presence-they may not need us now, but if a company decides to include customer intelligence or mystery shopping in the future, we want them to remember us." If you are planning on attending the NADA conference this year, Shoppers Critique extends an invite to you to visit their booth, #7123.

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