Virtual AAPEX Experience 2020 Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association, discusses aftermarket growth. Paul McCarthy, president, Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association, explains resiliency in the aftermarket. DRiV/Garage Gurus John Dixon shares engine performance diagnostic strategies.Industry executives discuss, “What to Expect on the Road Ahead,” during the Nov. 3 Keynote Session.Coats demo in Joe’s Garage.Hunter Engineering demo in Joe’s Garage.NAPA discusses fundamentals for proper brake inspections.Jim Wilson, Group Training Academy, teaches European Diagnostics: What you need to know.Bill Haas, Haas Performance Consulting, discusses effective leadership strategies. NAPA Auto Care Demo in Joe’s Garage Bosch training on understanding new refrigerant systems and techniques. 360 Payments demo in Joe’s GarageBill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association on location in Massachusetts for Right to Repair vote. Bolt On University’s John Burkhauser shows how to fast track your shop’s success. CTI/WTI shares insight on utrasonic diagnostic strategies. Demonstration of a connected mobility service during the Michelin demo.DRiV/Garage Gurus session on catalytic converter efficiency DTC’s and diagnosis.NAPA auto care demo. Shop Boss demo in Joe’s Garage. BG products demo in Joe’s Garage. Roundtable discussion on Right to Repair vote during Government Advocacy Town Hall. Panelists discuss future of automotive industry during Government Advocacy Town Hall. Carm Capriotto hosts the AAPEX Service and Repair Awards ceremony.Rick White leads session on how to attract top talent.NAPA Modern Turbo Charger Controls: WastegatesPush Button Ignition Diagnostics session. AAPEX 2019 AAPEX 2019 welcomes the global automotive aftermarket industry to Las Vegas. President George W. Bush speaks at the AAPEX 2019 Grand Opening Session. At left, Bill Rhodes, chairman, president and CEO, Customer Satisfaction, AutoZone.Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association, addresses the AAPEX 2019 audience.Paul McCarthy, president and chief operating officer, Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association, participates in the annual State of the Industry presentation at AAPEX 2019.AAPEX 2019 opens with a performance by the Basic International Academy marching band from Henderson, Nevada.With more than 2,500 exhibiting companies, attendees gather for the trade show opening on Nov. 5.More than 48,000 targeted buyers are expected at AAPEX 2019.To capture buyers’ attention, exhibitors bring their A-game to AAPEX 2019.Business gets done at AAPEX 2019.Leading women in the industry discuss what drives them to innovate and spearhead change.AAPEX 2019 awards honor the Best New Products and Best New Packaging.Opportunities to see and learn are throughout AAPEX 2019.Attendees take the Virtual Vehicle Challenge and install parts on a car during a friendly competition at AAPEX 2019.Exhibitor demos and one-on-one interaction on the show floor keep attendees ahead of the curve.YANG at AAPEX brings together young professionals in the automotive aftermarket.Panelists discuss why consumers need access to and control of car data.Tuff Support/Suspensia won the Best of Show Award for 10 x 10 or Linear. From left, Bill Hanvey, Auto Care Association; Sue Asu Sole and Mike Behmoaras, Tuff Support/Suspensia; and Paul McCarthy, AASA.From left, the Schaeffler team accepts the Best of Show Award for Peninsula or Island, presented by Bill Hanvey (far right), Auto Care Association.Greetings from the Scrubblade at AAPEX 2019.