PRI's Trailer Exhibit Area is Expanding for 2019 - Engine Builder Magazine

PRI’s Trailer Exhibit Area is Expanding for 2019

Dedicated space on the Lucas Oil Stadium field will accommodate trailer exhibits, Featured Products Showcase, convenient coat check and food concessions.

For the first time ever, the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show will feature exhibits and products directly on the Lucas Oil Stadium field. Connected to the Indiana Convention Center and easily accessible from the parking lot, this new-for-2019 area allows for an expanded trailer display alongside the Show’s popular Featured Products Showcase. The allocation of additional space comes after PRI management moved all trailer displays indoors for the 2018 Show—a decision praised by exhibitors and attendees alike.

“Because Lucas Oil Stadium is connected and easy to get to from the Convention Center, it’s the ideal place for our trailer exhibits,” said PRI Trade Show Director Karin Davidson. “We saw great success from moving the trailers indoors, and moving to the field this year will give companies in this essential market segment a larger area to display their products and conduct business.”

The new exhibit area will continue to allow trailer exhibitors to showcase their product lineups alongside their booths, and give attendees some of the best side-by-side shopping of race trailers, motorcoaches, haulers, and toterhomes.

“Attendees will now get an up-close look at a greater number and variety of transportation options,” said Davidson. “They can easily compare available features and meet with more company representatives in one location.”

Additionally, PRI’s Featured Products Showcase, a high-traffic display area that allows exhibitors to further highlight their products and increase connectivity with buyers, will move into the exhibit halls of Lucas Oil Stadium. Now in its third year, the Featured Products Showcase continues to give exhibitors invaluable exposure for their products through PRI’s multi-faceted promotion and distribution channels. The corridor will also house a second coat check and a Pit Stop Café concession area.

To register for the 2019 PRI Trade Show, secure hotel reservations, and sign up for free business seminars, log on to prishow.com.

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