Kirsh Helmets, of Schenectady, New York, is pleased to announce its participation in the powersports industry’s largest trade and consumer show in North America, the fifth-annual American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) presented by Nationwide, set to take place in Columbus, Ohio, for the first time. From Sept. 21-24, the Greater Columbus Convention Center will host dealers, media and consumers throughout the four-day event, with Kirsh Helmets showcasing its CHM-1 helmet, with its patented Fluid Displacement Liner, to the market. The show’s format allows Kirsh Helmets to unveil its product to both trade and consumer attendees, all in one place at one time.
Kirsh will unveil the all new CHM-1 at the AIMExpo Media Hub Booth No. 2557 on Friday, Sept. 22nd at 12:30 where COO Donald Devito, in detail, will explain the philosophy, features and benefits behind Kirsh. The presentation will be available in PDF format immediately following the presentation.
Kirsh is gearing up to dominate its competition in the motor-vehicle crash helmet category — starting with the lowest-profile, toughest, and most-effective DOT-certified half-shell motorcycle helmet on the market. AIMExpo presented by Nationwide is the first show of its kind in North America, bringing together all aspects of the motorcycling industry at one time, which includes international and domestic media, dealers and consumers.
Kirsh Helmets, Inc., was formed in late January 2017 to take up the challenge of commercializing an innovative, patented technology invented by Jason Kirshon and owned by Impact Technologies, LLC. Focusing first on solving the problem of unsafe — but popular — novelty half-shell motorcycle helmets, Kirsh’s product outperforms “competing” helmets by orders of magnitude in independent testing. The company’s helmets are DOT-approved and made from the highest-quality materials, coupled with the most-advanced impact technology available.
Kirsh Helmets has seen the growth AIMExpo has achieved since the unique concept took center stage within the motorcycle industry in 2013. In the show’s landmark fifth year, AIMExpo presented by Nationwide makes its first move to Columbus, Ohio, placing itself within 500 miles of 41 percent of the powersports dealers and 50 percent of the U.S. population.
“As a company new to the market, Kirsh Helmets is a perfect fit for AIMExpo presented by Nationwide. The show’s platform presents the opportunity to engage and educate media, dealers and consumers on their new technology,” said Larry Little, vice president and general manager, MIC Events. “As the American industry’s show, it’s great to feature products made in America, especially from a company that places an emphasis on employing our country's military veterans. We wish everyone at Kirsh Helmets a great show."