The RPM Promoters Workshops are trade-only events. This means that every attendee is a qualified prospect, a track owner, promoter or racing official with buying authority or input. More than 50 firms exhibit each winter at the RPM Promoters Workshops, the only national conventions for auto racing promoters exclusively, the best place to reach movers and shakers in the rich grassroots auto racing market. More than 80% of racing attendance is counted at almost 1,300 weekly schedule race tracks in the United Sates. The RPM Promoters Workshops reach the owners and promoters of these family entertainment facilities. If race track operators or race fans buy your product or service, the RPM Promoters Workshops should be in plans to take your product or service to market. The Workshops gather promoters during the off-season, in a relaxed and receptive mood, mixing networking with classroom sessions and ample “shopping time” enabling them to mingle with exhibiting firms. The conventions offer discussion, prominent speakers, one-on-sales time in an environment free from “tire kickers.” Commercial registration fees are reasonable, cutting first-time risk for exhibitors. The meetings take place at hotels. Set up is simple and devoid of cumbersome trade show services fees. There are few extra costs. Lodging is reasonable, stretching your trade show budget. We look forward to hosting your firm as an exhibitor at the upcoming RPM Promoters Workshops.
Don’t just exhibit. Make the most of the RPM Promoters’ community for your firm. The link below will give you an overview of the benefits of RPM Sponsorship. Talk with Stewart Doty today to learn how you can can leverage the RPM Newsletter and Workshops for your company.
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