Multiple concept vehicles will also be unveiled
The American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) announced that Gibbs Sports Amphibians, producers of the Quadski — the world’s first high-speed sports amphibian — will make its return to AIMExpo this Oct. 15-18 at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center for the third consecutive year.
Gibbs’ will be unveiling three brand-new concept vehicles inside the OCCC, while “Quadski Lake” will also make its return to AIMExpo Outdoors!, providing attendees with an up-close demonstration of the innovative Quadski model line.
Since it was first showcased at the inaugural AIMExpo in 2013, the Quadski product line has increased in popularity and continues to turn heads on both land and water. On display will be an all-new Search and Rescue model that is ideally suited for the demands of local fire and police departments. This new model is already being put to the test and will be on display for the public to see for the first time at AIMExpo.
“The benefit we’ve derived from attending and engaging with our dealers, members of the media and the general public at AIMExpo has been significant,” said Dan Proffer, Gibbs Sales and Marketing manager. “That is why we’ve chosen Orlando in October as the place to unveil some truly unique concept vehicles. We’re looking forward to another successful year at AIMExpo.”
Manufactured and assembled in Michigan, the latest Gibbs innovations will be on display inside its interactive booth (#2155) on the AIMExpo show floor. The Gibbs footprint will help anchor the Made in America portion of the show floor that is dedicated to putting the spotlight on American companies that design, assemble or produce innovative powersports products in the USA.
“The innovative nature of the Gibbs brand is the ideal complement to the vision and platform AIMExpo provides the greater powersports industry,” said Cinnamon Kernes, AIMExpo show director. “The new concepts that Gibbs will debut at AIMExpo will certainly attract attention from dealers, consumers and the global media in attendance.”