Kirsh Helmets, of Schenectady, New York, is pleased to announce its participation in the powersports industry’s largest trade and consumer show in North America, the fifth-annual American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) presented by Nationwide, set to take place in Columbus, Ohio, for the first time.
SBS continues its affiliation and participation at the AIMExpo 2017. SBS and AIMExpo have a long history together, as SBS has been exhibiting at AIMExpo since the first show five years ago. Attendees can look forward to the release of the new SBS SP EVO brake pads and a full line of performance rotors. Chris Jensen, SBS North American Market Manager said, "SBS is happy to be back at AIMExpo at the new location in Columbus, Ohio.
Gart Sutton will present his "5-Profit-Center Management: How to Divide & Conquer Your Departments for Maximizing Profitability" session at 2:30 p.m. EDT at the Powersports DEALER Seminars @ AIMExpo. Set for the Leadership Plus Track (Room A113), the session will focus on the new, pre-owned, F&I, parts and accessories departments. Watch a video preview of this session here:VIDEOTo view the full Powersports DEALER Seminars @ AIMExpo schedule, click here.
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