Get Plugged in at the FADRA Convention & Trade Show

July 7-10, 2022

How can you get better at managing your auto recycling business? Where can you find lots of other people who know your struggles and have good ideas to share? The FADRA Convention!
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Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

100 North Atlantic Avenue • Daytona Beach • Florida


At the edge of “The World’s Most Famous Beach,” in the center of Ocean Walk Village, Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort surrounds you with new discoveries. Casually elegant, oceanside rooms welcome you, along with spacious suites and cabanas that put you right on the beach. Some of Daytona’s best attractions, from the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier to the shops and restaurants that line Ocean Walk Village are within walking distance. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy the local golf courses and Daytona Speedway. The Hilton has seven dining facilities under one roof, from Doc Bales’ Grill and Hyde Park Steakhouse to oceanfront Waves Beach Bar and The Blind Turtle, Don Ricos Sports Bar & Grill, and the Lobby Bar. McCoy’s Rum Room, offers a huge selection of rums. Comfortable and spacious rooms, great pools on the lobby level and on the fifth floor, D-Dawg’s Kid Zone, and a relaxing spa make this a great convention destination.
The Hilton Daytona Beach Resort is easy to reach via I-4 and I-95, and Daytona Beach International Airport is only half an hour’s drive away.

Book Your Room for FADRA 2022

Reservation Dates: July 7-10, 2022

FADRA Room Rate: $169 USD per night single/double occupancy per night (includes parking)

Reservation Cut-off Date: June 17, 2022

Executive Suites at the Convention Rate may be available. Call the hotel. Pre- and Post-convention accommodations may be available at the convention rate 3 days prior or 3 days following the meeting based on availability.If you wish to book a reservation outside of the July 7-10 dates or if you have any questions regarding your reservation, please contact the hotel directly at 386-254-8200. Be sure to mention you are a FADRA  member to receive this rate!

We encourage you to secure your rooms early, as we anticipate great participation this year!

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Explore Daytona Beach

Attractions

Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Main Street Pier
The Daytona Beach Boardwalk is the place to be for family fun! It features Ocean Walk and the Daytona Beach Bandshell, gift shops, snack bars, restaurants, and a classic arcade - with ever popular Skee Ball and video game favorites. The pier, constructed in 1925, stretches 740 feet into the Atlantic Ocean.

Screamer’s Park

At the aptly named Screamer’s Park, the rides are open seven days a week, 365 days a year! The “Slingshot” propels you 365-feet into the air at 70 mph.

Daytona Lagoon
Site of our Thursday night opening event, Daytona Lagoon offers go karting, bumper cars, laser tag, mini-golf, the ropes course mini-maze, and full game arcade offers entertainment for the entire evening.

Lilian Place, Daytona’s Most Haunted House
Lilian Place, the original home of one of the founding families of Daytona, the oldest beachside house in Daytona, is now a wonderful 1884 Victorian Museum open for tours. Ghostly sightings have been reported at Lilian Place over the last 138 years, most prominently the famous Lucille, and you can experience a real ghost investigation with the professional GASP Paranormal team to communicate with the spirits of 1884 Lilian Place Museum!

Marine Science Center
Located in nearby Ponce Inlet, the Marine Science Center has nursed thousands of injured animals back to health. Children and parents can view the research facilities and touch some of the inhabitants in the large touch-tank, including stingrays. Other highlights include a Turtle Terrace, a nature trail with boardwalks, a bird observation tower, and all kinds of interesting exhibits.

Daytona International Speedway
Hallowed ground for racing enthusiasts, the iconic racing venue in Daytona Beach has hosted the prestigious Daytona 500 since its inaugural event in 1959 and continues to host some of the best racing and motorcycle events in the world. Try the Speedway Tour Tram Ride, or ride shotgun with a professional driver on the NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Racing Experience.

Zeno’s Boardwalk Sweet Shop
Family-owned since 1948, Zeno's was named one of the seven wonders of Daytona Beach by the Daytona Beach News-Journal. Zeno's is famous for its taffy-pulling machine in the front window of the store. Its selection of chocolates, fudge and saltwater taffy gift baskets can be shipped worldwide and are a pleasure to enjoy while strolling the boardwalk.

Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum
The great Jackie Robinson played at several Florida ballparks when he became the first African-American allowed to play major league baseball after the color line was imposed in 1889. Now the home of the Daytona Tortugas minor league team, the old ballpark, located in the historic downtown waterfront district, is a Daytona Beach landmark.

Cultural

Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse is still Florida's tallest at 175 feet, and one of the area’s most recognizable and beautiful landmarks. It is also Florida's oldest lighthouse, built in 1887 as one of a chain of 10 lighthouses erected in the late-1800s along the east coast of a state known for its shipwrecks. Explore the museum and climb the steps to the top for a spectacular view of the ocean and surrounding area.

Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS)
MOAS is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate containing 30,000 objects, among them one of the finest collections of American art in the Southeast; the Schulte Gallery of Chinese Art; the Gallery of Decorative Arts; the Cuban Foundation Museum; and the Root Family Museum, displaying rare items of Americana. There’s also a Children's Museum filled with interactive experiences for the younger set, and a state-of-the-art planetarium, which will take you up to the heavens. Check out the nature trail and displays of fossils and bones from the people who originally walked the area a thousand years ago.

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art
Part of MOAS, this museum is considered the largest repository of Florida art in the world, with a rotating collection of 2,600 Florida-themed oil and watercolor paintings. The Museum's grand central gallery and mezzanine showcase the collection's signature pieces, while six smaller galleries feature beautiful changing exhibitions with Florida themes.

Mary McLeod Bethune Home and Grave site
This National Historic Landmark is the former home of civil rights leader, educator and founder of Bethune-Cookman University, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Filled with fascinating artifacts and photos of famous visitors and U.S. presidents.

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
Angell & Phelps moved to Florida at the beginning of World War II, a rare company founded and managed by women. Many of Riddell Angell and Cora Phelps’ original recipes are used today. Come for a tour of the factory and free samples of their mouth-watering treats.

Nightlife

Ocean Deck Restaurant and Beach Club
Just a short walk from the Hilton, Ocean Deck is a legendary beach bar with nightly live music and a tasty menu.

Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach
There’s always something going on at the Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach. From concerts to music events and local bands trying to make it big, you can find new events here each week on the Avalon, Wave or Sessions Terrace.

509 Lounge
A go-to nightlife destination, this premium bar and lounge offers everything from VIP bottle service treatment to hanging out with a cocktail on the outdoor patio bar, there’s something for everyone here. Dance the night away in the large upstairs space with friends or take a drink out to the patio and sit by the fire.

Coyote Ugly Saloon
This internationally recognized chain has a presence on Seabreeze Blvd. in Daytona.

Oasis Tiki Bar
Attached to the Fountain Beach Resort open to the public, this beach bar features a DJ every day and live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.

Racing’s North Turn
Head to this historic beachfront venue in Ponce Inlet, where some of the first stock car races once kicked up sand. Enjoy live entertainment every day of the week — and don’t miss “Country Night” every Thursday!

Daytona Beach Pier

Daytona Beach Pier

Daytona Lagoon Amusement Park

Lilian Place

Marine Science Center

Daytona International Speedway

Zeno's Boardwalk Sweet Shop

Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum


Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse

MOAS

Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art

Mary McLeod Bethune Home

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

Daytona Beach at Night

509 Lounge

Coyote Ugly

 

For more information on local attractions and restaurants in the Daytona Beach area visit https://www.daytonabeach.com