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PRI Tradeshow Mobile App

The PRI Tradeshow mobile app, available now at no cost at pri2018.com/mobile, offers attendees a comprehensive tool to help prepare for the annual tradeshow taking place Dec. 6-8, 2018, in Indianapolis.

The PRI Tradeshow mobile app, available now at no cost at pri2018.com/mobile, offers attendees a comprehensive tool to help prepare for the annual tradeshow taking place Dec. 6-8, 2018, in Indianapolis. With a list of all exhibitors, seminars, VIP appearances, show specials and even a visitor’s guide to Indy, the app gives showgoers everything they need to plan and get the most out of the upcoming event.

Nowhere else can PRI attendees create a personalized show plan, on the go, while also accessing details for dining and entertainment options in downtown Indianapolis. New this year is a listing of exclusive specials that exhibitors are offering only during the three-day PRI Tradeshow. Show specials have been proven to help exhibitors generate increased traffic and sales at trade shows, and can be added by exhibitors through their online dashboard.

“The PRI mobile app provides easy access to all the features of the PRI Show Planner from the show floor all in the palm of your hand,” said Bill Miller, PRI general manager. “While walking the Show floor and throughout the three days of the Show, it’s important to have a planning tool that can go with you wherever you are. The mobile app is the one tool that all attendees should download and start using now.”

Features of the 2018 PRI Show mobile app include:

  • Ability to search all exhibitors by name or product category
  • Ability to search all events by name, date, speakers and tracks
  • List of exhibitor seminars, searchable by exhibitor, seminar title, date/time and location
  • Interactive Show floor plan
  • Show Planner to create and organize your agenda
  • Guide to Indy, complete with information on transportation, parking, dining options and more
  • Feeds of the official PRI Show social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn
This year’s PRI Tradeshow will feature over 1,100 companies exhibiting in more than 3,300 booths, showcasing the latest developments in auto racing technology. Tens of thousands of buyers from all 50 states and 70 countries will be on hand to conduct business and discover innovative solutions.

For more info: pri2018.com.

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