High demand for booth space expected at Northeast’s largest snowmobile show
Booth registration is open for the 22nd annual Big East Powersports Show, set for October 2-4 at the OnCenter in Syracuse, N.Y.
With hefty amounts of snowfall this winter in the Eastern U.S., the show, hosted by Powersports Business parent company EPG Media & Specialty Information, figures to thrive based on the 2014-15 riding season. The premier snowmobile and powersports event in the Northeast, it’s the only show that allows consumers to see, buy and wear the latest snowmobile products from Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha, as well as the gambit of aftermarket companies.
“Exhibit space will once again be at a premium, so we encourage dealers and vendors who want to get booth space to start planning early,” said Mark Rosacker, national account manager for Powersports Business and sales director for the Big East show. “This show gives exhibitors a chance to meet face to face with their customer and not only sell them goods and services, but gain input on their product and build ongoing relationships; for those who do it right, it is invaluable.”
Dealers or companies interested in exhibiting at the 22nd Annual Big East Powersports Show should call Rosacker at 763/383-4433 or email email@example.com. Learn more about the show at www.bigeastpowersportsshow.com.
The Big East Powersports Show and Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo are both produced by EPG Media & Specialty Information, a Minnesota-based media company that publishes Snow Goer, Rider, Thunder Press, Powersports Business, Boating Industry, Cheers, Stateways, Beverage Dynamics, Fuel Oil News, Landscape & Irrigation, Arbor Age, Sports Turf and Outdoor Power Equipment magazines and those brands’ related websites, digital products and shows and events within their markets.Click here for reuse options!
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