Rider magazine and Thunder Press are now accepting proposals for consumer education presentations from potential industry speakers at AIMExpo, which will be held Oct. 16-19 in Orlando.
AIMExpo will offer consumer attendees a series of educational seminars on an exciting and informative variety of topics on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19. EPG Media’s motorcycle consumer publications, Rider magazine and Thunder Press, will produce the consumer educational track.
“Rider magazine and Thunder Press have a long history of educating our readers on motorcycles and the motorcycling experience,” said Jeff Patterson, publisher of Rider and Thunder Press. “We’re excited about the opportunity to provide valuable educational opportunities for AIMExpo’s consumer attendees.”
In order to provide the most robust consumer education lineup, offering AIMExpo attendees the most value for their attendance, Rider and Thunder Press are offering all qualified speakers a chance to participate in the consumer education lineup.
Presentations should target topics that will enhance the riding experience of AIMExpo attendees, such as maintenance-related issues, safety, riding skills and customizing. Because of the presentations, riders will leave AIMExpo with greater knowledge on important motorcycling topics.
“Educating consumers on the latest and greatest topics that facilitate their passion for motorcycling will be a cherished opportunity for many presenters,” said Mark Tuttle, editor-in-chief of Rider. “We look forward to connecting the industry and consumers at AIMExpo.”
The deadline to submit a proposal is May 30.
To submit a presentation proposal, email or call Tuttle to request an application form at email@example.com or 805/987-5500.
Powersports Business will once again manage and administer the Powersports Business Institute @ AIMExpo. The dealer training sessions will be held Oct. 16-17 during AIMExpo.