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Foot traffic may be thinning on the show floor, but seats are filled at a Dominion Dealer Solutions presentation.
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Show attendees tune out on Amethyst Biomats at the NADA lifestyle pavilion.
Ford's display is much ado about preparing dealers for the 2015 aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup.
NADA's announcement Friday of a plan to help dealers avoid lending discrimination charges has prompted a bonus tutorial.
It wouldn't be New Orleans without live jazz on the NADA convention show floor.
Exhibits still taking shape, with 21 hours to go before the show floor opens.
Will Sampson maneuvers a Phantom Quadcopter. Sampson works with Oscar Einzig, a Chicago company hired by NADA to do the show's photography. ...