Don’t forget to submit presentations for Powersports Business Institute @ AIMExpo
Are you an industry expert in your field? Can you bring dealers the type of educational session that will allow them to return to their business with achievable goals? Does presenting at a groundbreaking new dealer education event appeal to you? If so, we’re interested in hearing from you.
The Powersports Business Institute @ AIMExpo is continuing its Call for Presentations for its inaugural event, set for Oct. 16-20 during the American International Motorcycle Expo in Orlando.
“We’ve already had some impressive applications submitted, with ideas for dealer education seminars that we’re eager to hear ourselves,” Powersports Business editor in chief Dave McMahon said. “Similar to other dealer educational events that PSB has presented over the years, we’re looking forward to inspiring dealer attendees at AIMExpo.”
In addition to the two-and-a-half days of dealer education seminars, Powersports Business is overseeing seminars for consumers on the final two-and-a-half days of AIMExpo. Presenters interested in speaking at those seminars should fill out the online application as well.
The Call for Presentations deadline is Monday, June 3. The application can be found by clicking here. Call or email Powersports Business editor in chief Dave McMahon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 763-383-4411 with questions about presenting at Powersports Business Institute @ AIMExpo, or topics that you as an attendee would like to see presented.
Dealers are encouraged to register for AIMExpo here.
The inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo serves as the catalyst to bring together industry, press, dealers and consumers in a single arena that creates a grand stage for motorcycling in the U.S. and North America, and delivers an efficient and energetic market-timed expo platform for business-to-business and business-to-consumer in the motorcycle and greater powersports industry. AIMExpo is the single most important show of its type in the North American market and will have international impact within the motorcycling community.