PRI Trade Show.
“We’d like to thank all the exhibitors for their
ingenious innovations in racing
technology, and all the creative displays,” continued
Lewis. “And we’d like to thank all the buyers
from across the US, and around the world, that came to the
PRI Trade Show. Exhibitors remarked over and over again
about the quality of the buyers at the PRI Trade Show.”
and his PRI team have developed the PRI Trade Show in
conjunction with the racing industry over more than two
decades, providing suppliers their only opportunity to
have direct contact with the all-important national distribution
pipeline for racing products. Today, the Trade Show has
grown to become a truly international trade marketplace
for racing equipment.
quality of the attendees is more true buyers and sellers
rather than people who came
see what it was all about,” noted Gordon Steffens
of Performance Plus Business Solutions in St. Charles, MO.
The company offers a variety of services, including overnight
shipping of race engines. “It’s crucial in putting
buyers with sellers with products. That’s key number
one to the PRI Show. Key number two is it allows the industry
to see new and innovative items that come out for each year.
And number three, it allows one location throughout the
world to be set as a true point for everybody to gather,
gain knowledge and see what’s going to happen for
the next year in the Motorsports industry.”
are so many
forms of racing
represented here and it has
a lot of wow factor,” added Dean Jones, Prime Time
Designs, specialist in race graphics based in Asheville,
North Carolina. “I think the whole year revolves
around this Show — companies being
able to showcase
from Performance Racing Industry, Volume 25, Number 2, February
2010; “22nd Annual Performance Racing Industry
- What A Show It Was” by Christen D'Alessandro,
by permission. For information about Performace Racing Industry,
visit their website at www.performanceracing.com.