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Attendee Registration and Housing Opens for 2016 PRI Trade Show

By SEMA Editors

Members of the racing industry planning to attend the 2016 PRI Trade Show can now apply for their credentials online.

Attendee registration and housing are now open for the 2016 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show. Buyers can apply for credentials, and make their hotel room reservations as part of the registration process; or they can go directly to the PRI Trade Show housing webpage.

A unique email address is required for each registered attendee (PRI does not make these emails available to any other organization). The 2016 PRI Trade Show is a trade-only event, and qualified registrants will first receive an official confirmation by email. Then, several weeks before the Show, credentials will arrive by mail, allowing buyers to bypass long lines at the registration desk on-site at the Indiana Convention Center.

“The PRI Trade Show experienced record attendance last year, and we’re already hearing about how much members of the racing industry are looking forward to PRI 2016,” said John Kilroy, producer of the PRI Trade Show. “We urge everyone to avoid waiting in line at the Show by registering in advance. It only takes a few minutes, and it’s a great convenience to depart for Indianapolis with credentials in your briefcase. Also, attendees and exhibitors take over virtually all of downtown Indianapolis, so it’s always wise to secure hotel accommodations as early as possible.”

Kilroy said attending buyers can check the online 2016 PRI Trade Show floorplan to review exhibitors participating in this year’s PRI Trade Show. The Show started with 1,165 exhibitors on the initial floorplan; that number will surpass 1,200 companies by the time the Show opens.

The 2016 PRI Trade Show will be held December 8–10, 2016, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The Show is the centerpiece event of Race Industry Week 2016, which actually kicks off with events as early as December 5. Altogether, more than 35 conferences, seminars and social events will be held the week of the Show.

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