PRI SHOW UNVEILS 2019 FLOOR PLAN
Highlights include 1,100-plus exhibiting companies, new exhibit areas, and unique attractions set for this year’s trade-only event in Indianapolis.
The floor plan for the 2019 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show has been released and is now available online at prishow.com/floorplan19.
Among highlights of this year’s event, set for December 12–14 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, are an expanded trailer exhibit area on the Lucas Oil Stadium field, additional space for PRI’s Featured Products Showcase, the world-famous Machinery Row, and more.
PRI’s interactive floor plan allows attendees to flag exhibitors, products, events, and other features they wish to see at the trade-only Show. The accompanying online planner lets attendees create a personalized, pre-event agenda that can be accessed anytime from a mobile device before and during Show time.
"The PRI Trade Show floor plan is the best tool for attendees to plan for and navigate the premier Trade Show for motorsports professionals,” said Show Director Karin Davidson. “PRI 2019 is shaping up to be one spectacular event. Already more exhibiting companies, more booth space, and more net square footage of exhibit space have been confirmed for this year’s Show.”
Following a successful move indoors in 2018, trailer exhibits will now be located directly on the Lucas Oil Stadium field, allowing for an expanded display of the latest haulers, motorhomes, toterhomes and transports. The expansion also moves the Show’s popular Featured Products Showcase into the exhibit halls of Lucas Oil Stadium, where a second coat check and Pit Stop Café concession area will be added for attendees’ convenience.
PRI’s online Floor Plan also includes features like Machinery Row, which is packed year after year with the absolute latest in CNC machining centers, fabrication and welding equipment, parts cleaning systems, dynamometers and more. This dedicated area, and the exhibitors it houses, is located along the west end of the Convention Center’s Yellow Hall (aisles 5100-5700).
“Attendees should register now and begin using the online floor plan to create a plan to traverse the more than 3,300 booths at the 2019 PRI Trade Show,” said Davidson. “The floor plan is a dynamic directory of all the exhibitors, activities, and resources available at the Show.”
Now in its 32nd year, the PRI Trade Show encompasses all forms of racing and attracts attendees from all 50 states and over 70 countries, including professional race teams, retail shops, warehouse distributors, engine builders, fabricators, dealers, installers, jobbers and media.
Additional highlights of the 2019 PRI Trade Show include the Race Track Business Conference, International Council of Motorsport Sciences’ Annual Congress, Grand Opening Breakfast, and an expanded PRI Education program featuring more than two-dozen seminars, panel discussions and presentations.
Known as Race Industry Week, the days leading up to and including the Show will offer a range of motorsports-related activities in and around the Indiana Convention Center beginning on Monday, December 9.