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See you at booth #637

2021 NPA Convention & Expo | Sept 27-29 | Las Vegas

NPA Expo 2021: Come Visit Us!

Here’s something to look forward to… the 2021 National Parking Association convention and expo! This year’s event will be held in Las Vegas from September 27 to 29. Of course, we’ll be there. So make sure when you visit the NPAExpo you stop by our booth #637

Sneak Peek: The Valet Spot Booth

This year we’ll be featuring great products and features. Here are some highlights.

  1. The Custom Professional Kiosk
Custom Professional Kiosk

Made to accommodate more staff, more storage and hold up to 400 keys this podium is large yet portable. Even better, over 600 interchangeable laminate designs are available so you can design a unique look that matches your decor. Think fabric, stone, patterns, wood and more. Plus, the panels can be branded with custom artwork and signage.

  1. The Heavy Duty Deluxe Valet Podium
Heavy Duty Deluxe podium cabinet with keyhook sview

Tough yet stylish, this steel-trimmed podium is fortified for maximum protection against damage and theft. It offers advanced key security features such as strong hinges, a locking security bar and pry bar defense plates all supported by a heavy-duty frame.

  1. The Ultraloc UL3 Lock
Ultraloq UL3 Lock

Looking for maximum flexibility and convenience? Available on our Standard, Deluxe, and Professional podiums, this durable lock delivers the ultimate 3-in-1 keyless entry experience. Waterproof and dustproof it offers convenient, secure keyless access for up to 19 different users and locks automatically when the door is shut. It also offers a long battery life—up to 8,000 times access. 

Attendees can save up to 15% on their entire order

Pop Quiz! What’s your pick?

So, what product are you most looking forward to seeing at the NPAExpo? Take our survey and let us know. We can’t wait to see you there!

Record-high volumes of parcel and freight orders may cause transit delays due to all carriers being overbooked. Please place your orders early to build in the delays from the freight carriers. Dismiss