UPCOMING MEETING INFORMATION
October 31: (TUESDAY)
Las Vegas, Nevada
NOTE: Meeting held at the Renaissance; Reception at the Westgate
Tuesday, October 31 (one day – all day)
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Renaissance Hotel, 3400 Paradise Road, Las Vegas
Meeting Space Sponsored by: SEMA
Lunch provided by: Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Tuesday, October 31
6:30 – 9:00 PM
Westgate Las Vegas, 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas
Reservations made through SEMA housing block: www.semashow.com
(Lodging, show registration and education enrollment are available at this site)
During the entire week attendees may choose from various hotels with differing rates from the SEMA housing list. Make your reservations early.
The Renaissance Hotel is directly across the Las Vegas Convention Center opposite the Westgate. It is a 30 minute walk or a taxi from the Westgate. The monorail system serves the Renaissance and the station is a five minute walk from the Renaissance.
Shuttles will be available:
Shuttle Departs from East Tower of Westgate Las Vegas Hotel:
Departure Times: 7:00AM – every 15 minutes until 8:15 AM
Shuttle Departs from Renaissance:
Departure Times: 5:00 PM – every 15 minutes until 5:45 PM
Shuttle Sponsored by SSF Imported Auto Parts
If you are planning on being in Las Vegas for more than just the CIC Meeting the Westgate is the most convenient hotel to all of the week’s activities. If you are only planning on the CIC Meeting and will be in Las Vegas for only a day or two then the Renaissance Hotel is a good option.
The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) is a forum made up of participants from all industry segments for the expressed purpose of discussing and exploring the issues that occur among them. Through discussion and research during meetings and extensive interim committee work, CIC attempts to form consensus on various issues, aware that all such findings are nonbinding and voluntarily accepted. CIC is not a trade association.
The meetings are open to all interested individuals of all segments of the industry to include repairers, insurers, paint and material companies, equipment, vehicle manufacturers, data providers, representatives of trade associations, anyone with an interest in creating a more professional industry. Each agenda has time set aside for participants to publicly address their concerns that are not on the published agenda through the time set aside as “open microphone”.
Level One Sponsors
Level Two Sponsors
1-800 Radiator & A/C
3M Automotive Aftermarket
ABRA Autobody & Glass
Audi of America
Auto Care Association / PBES
Auto Data Labels
Axalta Coatings Systems
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive
Caliber Collision Centers
CCC Information Services
Certified Automotive Parts Association (CAPA)
Chief Automotive Technologies
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Ford Customer Service
Fusor Aftermarket Adhesives
General Motors – Customer Care & Aftersales
LKQ Corporation / Keystone Automotive
Matrix Wand 3-D Measuring
Mercedes Benz USA
National Coatings & Supplies
Refinish Distributors Alliance (RDA)
RAE – Reliable Automotive Equipment
Service King Collision Repair Centers
SSF Imported Auto Parts
State Farm Insurance
Toyota Motor Sales USA
United Recyclers Group
CIC Mission and Vision Statements:
A collision industry in which all segments work together to enable a complete, safe, and quality repair.
A forum where collision industry stakeholders come together to discuss issues, enhance understanding, find common ground and communicate possible solutions to the industry.