Lordco Auto Parts kicked off it’s 29th Annual Trade Show with a rush of activity April 1st.
B.C.-based Lordco, one of Canada’s largest automotive aftermarket distributors, attracted thousands of shop owners and technicians to the Pacific National Exhibition to see more than 400 exhibitors; and some really great project vehicles.
Jobber Nation caught up with Rob Stuck, director of business development at RSC, makers of Gunk, who built a 1948 Rat Rod on display. The car will be touring shows and events for the next year and then Lordco will be drawing the winner at the 2020 trade show.
In addition to project vehicles, there were also product demonstrations and displays of the latest parts solutions, accessories, and equipment for automotive service professionals and service facilities.
The show continues April 2 at the Pacific National Exhibition.
This show is a trade only event. You must be a qualifying automotive aftermarket professional to attend.
For more information, visit https://tradeshow.lordco.com/