IRVINE, Calif., August 15, 2023 — Fifteen powersports manufacturers have already signed on to exhibit at AIMExpo 2024, a record number of commitments from OEMs six months before the show.  Aprilia, GASGAS, Husqvarna, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Moto Morini, MV Agusta, Piaggio, Slingshot, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa, and Yamaha will be among exhibitors at the Motorcycle Industry Council’s American International Motorcycle Expo, solidifying the event as the largest, most consequential powersports trade show in the country. The show opens February 6-8, 2024, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“Manufacturers are the center of our industry, building the machines we sell, accessorize, and ride,” said Cinnamon Kernes, vice president of market expansion and events, Motorcycle Industry Council. “With 15 OEMs and counting, we’re preparing for our biggest show yet. Any industry insider serious about learning the latest trends and positioning themselves for success will want to be here. We expect a full house, with the entire powersports ecosystem under one roof, giving attendees the best opportunity to plan, learn, and strategize for the coming sales season.”

Dealers have an excellent opportunity to connect, in person, with manufacturers and aftermarket companies as they build out their plans for the year. “Manufacturers and industry leaders have truly embraced AIMExpo as an annual gathering to kick off the new sales year and to gauge the overall health of the powersports industry,” Kernes said.

AIMExpo 2024 will again feature Disruptive Thinking, an education series; the E-Bike Pavilion; New Product Central; the Dealer Recharge Zone on the show floor; the MIC Business Center, where MIC members will have access to complimentary meeting rooms, basic business services, a lounge, beverages, and lunch; and of course the AIMExpo Industry Party powered by Tucker.

“Every year, the AIMExpo team works to deliver more to our attendees and exhibitors. With 15 OEs already on board and key features dialed in, AIMExpo 2024 will be a show no industry insider can afford to miss,” Kernes continued. “Register today and book your hotel rooms before they fill up.”

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