Used Car Week registration now open

CARY, N.C. – 

Registration is now open for Used Car Week, which will be an all-digital endeavor this year, with content spread across four weeks this fall.

Similar to a host of other industry gatherings, Used Car Week is shifting to an all-digital format that will still include the staples of the event — Pre-Owned Con, Auto Fin Con, Repo Con and the National Remarketing Conference. Rather being confined to a five-day span, Used Car Week will be conducted over a longer period with week-long combinations of online workshops and live digital keynotes and panel discussions.

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Here’s how the Used Car Weeks schedule shakes out.

The action begins the week of Nov. 16-20, with the Auto Fin Con and the National Auto Finance Association’s Annual Non-Prime Auto Financing Conference, which will run concurrently. 

Then, Dec. 2-Dec. 4 will be the Repo Con.

Next, the Pre-Owned Con will run Dec. 7-11.

Lastly, we will close with the flagship of Used Car Week, the National Remarketing Conference, which runs Dec. 14-18.

For the weeks of Auto Fin Con/NAF, Pre-Owned Con and NRC, the agenda content will be divided up as follows:

  • Monday of each week: Two live keynotes
  • Tuesday of each week: Recorded workshops released
  • Wednesday of each week: Two live keynotes
  • Thursday of each week: Recorded workshops released
  • Friday of each of week: Two live keynotes

For Repo Con, the schedule is as follows:

  • Wednesday: Live sessions
  • Thursday: Recorded workshops
  • Friday: Live sessions

In terms of registration costs, all access is $295. That includes the all conferences within the event. 

First block registration, which includes the Auto Fin Con/NAF and Repo Con Events, is $195. 

Second block registation, which includes the Pre-Owned Con and the National Remarketing Conference, is $195.

Again, you can attend the entire event for $295 with the all-access registration.

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If interested in speaking at the all-digital Used Car Week, our call for speakers remains open. More information available here:

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