2017 Performance Racing Industry Show Registration Now Open - Engine Builder Magazine

2017 Performance Racing Industry Show Registration Now Open

The 30th annual PRI Show will feature more than 1,100 exhibiting companies, and tens of thousands of buyers from all 50 states and 70 countries will be able to traverse more than 750,000 square feet to learn about the latest products, services, machinery, simulation and testing technologies, and trailers for motorsports.

Race industry professionals can now visit www.pri2017.com to register for the leading business-to-business event dedicated solely to the motorsports industry, the 2017 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show, held December 7–9, 2017, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The online application is easy and convenient to fill out, and it includes links to reserve Indianapolis-area Show hotel rooms at special discounted rates.

By registering early, buyers and exhibitors can receive their credentials before the Show — credentials begin mailing out in October — allowing them to save time and bypass lines at the registration desk on-site.

The 30th annual PRI Show will feature more than 1,100 exhibiting companies, and tens of thousands of buyers from all 50 states and 70 countries will be able to traverse more than 750,000 square feet to learn about the latest products, services, machinery, simulation and testing technologies, and trailers for motorsports.

New for this year’s PRI Trade Show, a special Featured Products Showcase section has been added, allowing exhibitors to highlight their products and connect with buyers like never before. Additionally, new exhibit locations, an exclusive AJ Foyt exhibition, and dozens of conferences and seminars, among them the Race Track Business Conference and Advanced Engineering Technology Conference, will make the PRI Show the premier place for racing professionals to network and conduct business face-to-face.

In addition, the Indiana Convention Center and surrounding areas will host Race Industry Week in the days leading up to and including the PRI Show, offering a range of motorsports-related activities beginning on Monday, December 4. Numerous conferences, seminars and other special events will offer unlimited business opportunities and provide invaluable insight on the latest technologies and how to apply them throughout the racing world.

To register for the 2017 PRI Trade Show and secure hotel reservations, log on to www.pri2017.com.

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