SPEEDWAY, IN (BRAIN)—The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is gaining in popularity with 92 exhibitors already registered.
This is only 11 short of last year's total of 103. Booth space sales are already close to the '07 figure of 130, and with seven weeks of registration remaining it is possible that all 200 booth spaces might sell out. Exhibitor registration closes Dec. 15, 2007. This year's show is in Portland, Oregon, Feb. 8-10.
As the show continues to grow in size and status, Walker
increasingly sees it as a venue for key manufacturers to reach their target audience.
"As a sponsorship vehicle, the show provides a two-fold opportunity. First of all, it is a place for the more upscale manufacturers to engender some brand loyalty-afterall, people just love this show and those that help provide it. Secondly, NAHBS is a unique opportunity for people like component manufacturers to connect with the handmade bicycles industry to find out the innovative ways
their components are being used-uses that the large scale
manufacturers would never conceive. These are the flagship display bicycles for component makers."
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