A successful week-long run of motorsports business activity concluded Saturday as the 2011 PRI Trade Show at the Orange County Convention in Orlando, Florida, came to a close.
“It was a very strong show, which we saw early barometers of with standing-room only at the breakfast on Thursday, and then with really strong numbers at our on-site registration,” said Steve Lewis, PRI Trade Show producer. “We had three strong days that continued with people writing orders well into this afternoon. But more important than it being a good week for PRI, it was a really good week for the industry. What was going on in that building for the last three days will affect people at race tracks racing businesses around the world.”
Approximately 38,000 credentials were printed up for the PRI Trade Show, said Lewis.
NMRA/NMCA Champion and Turbosmart ambassador, Mike Murillo with the Turbosmart USA General Manager Marty Staggs
Once again, this year’s PRI Trade Show was buoyed by an exceptional international turn-out. Attendees from all over the world showed that racers have no boundaries or borders when it comes to reaching their one common goal – to go faster.
Turbosmart’s “e-Boost Xmas Tree” proved popular attracting visitors with its ingenious design.
Turbosmart has been attending the PRI show for a number of years and had a number of brand new products on its stand – scheduled for release in early 2012. Among them a new Vee Port PRO and a brand new range of internal wastegates.
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