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We are excited to invite our equipment dealer and associate members to join us for our annual Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association (INEDA) district meeting! These meetings are designed for you to network with your fellow equipment dealers and discuss current issues affecting our industry.

This year, we’re bringing the meeting to four different cities in both Iowa and Nebraska so you don’t have to travel far from home: Anita, Humboldt, Grinnell, and Decorah in Iowa; Ogallala, Grand Island, Norfolk, and Nebraska City in Nebraska.

RSVPs are requested by Wednesday, March 22 for the Iowa meetings and Wednesday, March 29 for the Nebraska meetings. Visit our website to RSVP online.

Iowa Meetings

  • Monday, March 27 at 5:15pm | Redwood Steak House | Anita, Iowa
  • Tuesday, March 28 at 5:15pm | 716 Main: Home of the Tool Bar | Humboldt, Iowa
  • Wednesday, March 29 at 5:15pm | Prairie Canary Restaurant & Bar | Grinnell, Iowa
  • Thursday, March 30 at 5:15pm | Twin Springs Supper Club | Decorah, Iowa

Nebraska Meetings

  • Monday, April 3 at 5:15pm | The Driftwood | Ogallala, Nebraska
  • Tuesday, April 4 at 5:15pm | Napoli‚Äôs Italian Restaurant | Grand Island, Nebraska
  • Wednesday, April 5 at 5:15pm | Black Cow Fat Pig Pub & Steak | Norfolk, Nebraska
  • Thursday, April 6 at 5:15pm | Lied Lodge | Nebraska City, Nebraska

At the meeting, we’ll discuss topics like workforce development, legislative updates, and resources available to you like our healthcare program. When you RSVP, you’ll also be able to let us know if there are any topics you would like to hear more about.

There is strength in numbers. When you attend INEDA events like the district meeting, you have the unique opportunity to network with your fellow equipment dealers and work together to commit your support to a strong future of the equipment dealer industry. When our collective voice is heard, we can accomplish together what individually cannot be done by the dealership alone.

Whether its government affairs, industry relations, or workforce development education, the resources that you gain from being involved in association events will help you control the future of your business.