The PRI Trade Show will be going through an historic milestone as the “three biggest business days in auto racing” turns 25 this year.
After an ever-growing Race Industry Week lead-in beginning on Monday, the PRI Trade Show will get down to what it’s always been – the world’s premier racing trade show totally dedicated solely to the racing industry and putting racers together with the latest technology.
“A lot has changed over 25 years, but one thing that has stayed constant is racers always want to go faster,” said John Kilroy, Vice President/General Manager of PRI. “That motivation powers the ingenious innovations on display every year at the PRI Trade Show. Attending buyers will find the latest racing technology and the suppliers that can provide it – all under one roof.”
Concluding a week-long run of motorsports business activity, this year’s PRI Trade Show will run Nov. 30- Dec. 1 at the Orange County Convention Center, in Orlando
After a very successful 2011 show, the buzz for this year’s show began early with more than 130 exhibitors that weren’t involved in last year’s show signing on before mid-May.
“We had a strong show in 2011, beginning with a standing-room only breakfast to open the show on Thursday,” said Kilroy. “Then we followed that up with three busy days of activity on the show floor, with business getting done throughout the exhibit hall.”
When it comes to early indications, the PRI Trade Show is heading towards another big event as it marks its 25th year delivering business opportunities to racing entrepreneurs. “By the end of August, the numbers of hotel rooms that have been reserved for the show were already 1,000 ahead of last year at the same time, while online registration was already triple the amount from last year’s pace,” said Kilroy
The 25th Annual PRI Trade Show features the latest product lines of over 1,000 manufacturers of racing and high-performance automotive components, as well as precision machining equipment. It will be attended by approximately 38,000 racing business people from all over the United States, and from 70 countries.
In a nutshell, the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show means business.
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