SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 29, July 19, 2012

Reach 15,000 Buyers Interested in Powersports Products

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SEMA's Manufacturer Kiosk Program is only open to manufacturers of powersports products who are already exhibiting in one of the SEMA Show's 11 other sections.
   

SEMA will once again offer the Manufacturer Kiosk Program in the Powersports & Utility Vehicles section of the 2012 SEMA Show. The kiosk program is only open to manufacturers of powersports products who are already exhibiting in one of the SEMA Show's 11 other sections. It's an inexpensive, turnkey approach to showcase your powersports product line to the right buyers in the right place.

For only $499, you can buy a kiosk that will be located in the Powersports & Utility Vehicle section in upper South Hall, while maintaining your primary booth in the Show. The kiosk will display your branding and marketing materials to the more than 15,000 powersports dealers and retailers interested in powersports products. You even have the opportunity to place a motorcycle, dirt bike, UTV, ATV or side-by-side right in front of your kiosk, showcasing your product the way it is intended to be used.



The kiosk program is a great opportunity to increase awareness and efficiently market your powersports products to powersports dealers and retailers in the most logical and appropriate area of the Show.

 But don't wait, kiosk availability is limited. Reserve your kiosk today. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Mitchell at 702-216-5851 or rmitchell@convexx.com.

Here's what a couple of exhibitors who participated in the program at last year's Show had to say:

“The Powersports Kiosk offered us an easy and affordable way to showcase Avon Motorcycle Tyres at the SEMA Show. I would highly recommend it to those in the industry who want to test the waters and get their name in front of more than 100,000 attendees.”


—Don Sneddon, Avon Motorcycle Tyres NA

"The Powersports kiosk was a great tool for introducing our new powersports product line at the SEMA Show without having to buy an entire separate booth. We found the kiosk to be very useful and powerful in a 'self-contained unit.' Great idea for someone to broaden their footprint at the Show overall."


—Brian Paravicini, AIRAID Filter Co.

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