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V-Twin Expo, February 4-6

September 13, 2005
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Jim Betlach, producer of the V-Twin Expo by Easyriders, says he expects more than 400 exhibitors to utilize approximately 1100 booths during the sixth annual event, scheduled February 4-6, 2006, at the Cinergy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“When I first began planning the V-Twin Expo, I wanted to build a pure V-twin focused show, nothing more, and nothing less,” Betlach said. “When you have spent as many years as I have in this great industry, you know what it means when a dealer says, ‘Show me relevant product to my business; show me products and services that will deliver to my bottom line’.”
The V-Twin Expo by Easyriders focuses exclusively on the V-twin motorcycle market. The annual Expo includes informative seminars for dealers, an industry reception and honors for industry leaders and their innovative products.
The event takes place on two floors of the convention center. With the main hall renovation at the convention center complete this year, the show gains an additional 43,000 feet
Seminars scheduled for the Expo include The Power of 1% by John Wyckoff, the Latest Trends in Standard and Custom Refinishing by Jon Kosmoski, and a seminar on insurance by Dale Lingard. There’s also an open forum panel with the Motorcycle Industry Council’s American V-Twin group and an all-new V-Twin Expo discussion designed to update attendees with new legislative and the impact it will have on business.
All dealers pre-registered to attend the V-Twin Expo by December 15th, 2005, will have a chance to win a Reaper Mini Chopper, mini Trike or motorized Bar Stool. Dealers can register online now for the 2006 Expo at: www.vtwin-expo.com.
To learn more about exhibit space availability, contact V-Twin Expo Exhibitor Sales at 952/443-4168. For sponsorships and general information, contact Reaction Management at 623/551-1847.

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