AIMExpo: American International Motorcycle Expo Surpasses 300th Exhibitor

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American International Motorcycle Expo Press Release:

The American International Motorcycle Expo has signed its 300th exhibitor for its 2014 event with Gibbs Sports Amphibians. As a result, AIMExpo is setting a fast pace to exceed the mark of nearly 400 exhibitors from the event’s launch last October. The second year event will be held October 16-19 at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center (OCCC).

Gibbs was a marquee exhibitor at AIMExpo last year, showcasing its one-of-a-kind Quadski – the first commercially available amphibian vehicle that reaches 45 mph on both land and water, transitioning between both surfaces in a matter of seconds at the push of a button. With its unique product, the AIMExpo platform aligned with Gibbs’ vision and led to significant media exposure as well as positive responses from both trade and consumers. Returning to AIMExpo in 2014 allows Gibbs to continue its focus on growing their network of quality dealers and positioning the Quadski as an innovative, high-end product for the powersports marketplace.

“The AIMExpo environment enabled us to really connect with dealers, customers and members of the media on an unprecedented level,” said Todd Pagel, Gibbs’ Vice President of Sales. “As we showcase the Quadski and expand our dealer base, participation at AIMExpo is key to communicating the uniqueness of our product and the value we bring to both domestic and international dealers. We’re looking forward to year two in Orlando and all of the exciting plans we have in store.”

Gibbs is one of several exhibitors increasing its presence both indoors and outdoors while introducing new models at AIMExpo. A larger space inside OCCC allows for greater interaction with dealers, members of the media, and consumers. Gibbs’ presence at AIMExpo Outdoors! is a must-see as the company offers prospective dealers pre-arranged Quadski demos for the first time at the aptly named “Quadski Lake.”

“That Gibbs was able to achieve exactly what they wanted to do at the inaugural AIMExpo and surpass their expectations is rewarding,” said Larry Little, Vice President & General Manager, Motorcycle Group. “Gibbs was a great asset to the show last year, and they serve as one of the essential pieces in our goal to make AIMExpo bigger and better for 2014. The 300 benchmark for exhibitors is one we’re extremely proud of, and we’re well on our way to reaching new ground and breaking the 400 plateau very soon.”

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