The Final Countdown to NORTHEAST® 2016 Begins!

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There’s just a few days left until the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey’s (AASP/NJ) NORTHEAST 2016 Automotive Services Show and the industry is abuzz with excitement. With exhibitors squeezed into every inch of the show floor and a record-high number of attendees who have pre-registered, 2016 is sure to bring a NORTHEAST show that will top them all.

“We’re really amazed by the market’s response to the show this year,” says AASP/NJ Collision Chairman Jerry McNee. “There’s been such an incredible reaction from exhibitors and attendees alike. As a Board member, I’ve seen this show grow in leaps and bounds year after year – it’s why I always bring my estimating class to the event. There’s no better outlet to get information out there, or to get information you need, than NORTHEAST.”

This year’s show will include presentations by the unmatched Mike Anderson of Collision Advice, a virtual welding tournament in which participants can win a 50” TV and be entered into a drawing for a ProSpot welder, appearances by KC Mathieu of KC’s Paint Shop (courtesy of NORTHEAST Platinum Sponsor, BASF), an unrivaled educational slate that covers topics from OEM certification to advanced material repair and, of course, the industry’s top suppliers and manufacturers all gathered under one roof.

“More than a year’s work is about to come to fruition,” AASP/NJ President Jeff McDowell says, “and I couldn’t be more thrilled. You know it’s easy to have a ‘seen it all’ attitude after 38 shows, but I have to tell you, this year has me really excited. All of us at AASP/NJ are anxious for the weekend to get here. It’s something we are all proud of. If you’re a part of the automotive repair industry, take it from me: come see NORTHEAST for yourself. It’s the one show you can’t afford to miss.”

There are only a few more days to sign up for free to avoid entrance fees at the door. To pre-register, go to If you are already registered and need to sign up for seminars before they fill up, go to