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AAPEX Unveils New Logo

AAPEX organizers have unveiled a new, progressive logo for the event as the first step in transforming the brand to reflect it as the premier, global automotive aftermarket event that keeps attendees ahead of the curve when servicing today’s high-tech and highly sophisticated vehicles.

AAPEX_logo_CMYK_with_tagline-300x129AAPEX organizers have unveiled a new, progressive logo for the event as the first step in transforming the brand to reflect it as the premier, global automotive aftermarket event that keeps attendees ahead of the curve when servicing today’s high-tech and highly sophisticated vehicles.

With an established and experienced 25-plus year history, AAPEX is the venue for more than 2,400 automotive aftermarket manufacturers and suppliers to showcase new products, services and technologies to buyers from approximately 140 countries. Buyers also turn to AAPEX and the AAPEXedu educational programming for the most up-to-date information on telematics and the connected car, as well as new technologies that enhance vehicle safety, security and fuel economy. Several AAPEXedu sessions also provide solutions to the most challenging management and technical issues facing independent automotive repair shops, warehouse distributors (WDs), retailers and other buyers.

Event organizers say the new logo captures the current and future direction of AAPEX. With its streamlined look and contemporary feel, it is in sync with the many technological advances taking place in the automotive industry today. It also reflects the unique value AAPEX delivers to buyers involved in the service and repair of today’s high-tech vehicles.

AAPEX 2015 dates are Education: Monday, Nov. 2 through Thursday, Nov. 5; Exhibits: Tuesday, Nov. 3 through Nov. 5, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.

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