AIMExpo’s ‘New Product Central’ puts The Best Innovations Front and Center

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IRVINE, CA – December 13, 2022 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – AIMExpo is selecting up to 30 companies to give special on-stage presentations of their new product designs with host Kevin Dunworth, an award-winning bike builder and innovation leader, as guest interviewer.

“Our industry is developing and delivering new products and features faster than ever before,” said Cinnamon Kernes, vice president of market expansion at the Motorcycle Industry Council, “And AIMExpo’s New Product Central will bring these products — and the people behind them — to the forefront.”

A camera crew will record each session, and the content will be available for use by the presenting companies for the rest of the year.

“As a life-long fan of innovation, I know the challenges of bringing new concepts and products to life,” said Dunworth. “I can’t wait to speak with each of these companies to learn more about what solutions and ideas they are bringing to the table, and ultimately how they are advancing our entire industry.”

The AIMExpo team is currently reviewing applications for companies to be featured on this dedicated stage. Selections will be announced in January. Participating companies will be among exhibitors at AIMExpo 2023.

Commanding more than 250,000 square-feet of exhibit space at the Las Vegas Convention Center, AIMExpo will also feature a comprehensive education schedule focused on providing dealers with actionable content and information that they can use the moment they return to their shops.

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