Marriott Sold-Out, A New Hotel Has Been Added for Auto Glass Week!

With just under a month until Auto Glass Week™ 2013, book your trip now and secure your hotel room before the best discounts end!

The Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina is now sold out. At press time, only four rooms remained. A second block of rooms has now been opened at the Hilton Tampa Downtown to accommodate Auto Glass Week attendees at the rate of $115 USD per single/double plus tax until August 30, 2013. This rate also includes two one-way Blue One shuttle passes to the Tampa Convention Center or Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina each day and complimentary WiFi in your guest room.

To make reservations at the Hilton Tampa Downtown, call 800-hiltons or 813/204-3000 and make sure to reference the group code AGWF to receive this discount rate.

Auto Glass Week will be held September 18-20 in Tampa, Fla., and interested attendees can still register online for a pre-registration discounted price of $209, saving up to $40 per person versus registering onsite, until close of business August 30th. We are having record high pre-registration numbers compared to past years, and our total registration numbers are higher than ever before at this many weeks out from the event!

Registration to Auto Glass Week includes access to all seminars, workshops, social events and admittance to the Exhibition/Extravaganza, which will once again host industry suppliers, as well as the annual repair and replacement competitions.

The International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ will also be held concurrently, where window film technicians compete to win prestigious titles. Your Auto Glass Week registration will also grant you access to view the Tint-Off™ competitions, sessions and events.

For more information regarding Auto Glass Week and to finalize your trip to Tampa, visit the official Auto Glass Week website. Remember, discounted room rates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay and book your room today!

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