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Chris King Precision Components 2019 open house / save the date

Published February 15, 2019

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Date: Oct 10 - 13

Location: CKPC HQ Portland OR

Chris King Precision Components will once again host an open house this October. The open house event weekend will include a industry panel discussion, builder summit and show, it will be held at the company's headquarters in Portland Oregon.

Last year's open house was attended by over 1,000 people from customers, media, dealers and distributors both domestic and international. Exibitors included bicycles from 15 of the top frame builders and displays from Santa Cruz bicycles, Smith Optics, ENVE, Fox clothing, QBP/SRAM, Stages Cycling and Simworks.

This year will be the fourth year of the Chris King Open House. The main theme of the discussion will again be the health of the industry and the IBD with a focus on ensuring that product development / progression is creating excitement at the consumer level and driving business within the IBD channel. As opposed to, creating confusion and fatigue at the consumer level and sell through issues within IBD's.

Which is titled "The State of the IBD in an Evolving Retail Landscape." Panel members will include retailers and industry/supplier representatives. There will also be a separate conversation about, how to welcome, expand and include everybody into our activity / sport.

The panel discussion is Oct. 10. The Builder Summit is Oct. 11. The open house, which is open to the public, is at the CKPC factory on Oct. 12 from 11 to 5 p.m. There is also plans of a dirt demo day. Stay tuned for more information.

Space at the panel discussion is limited so RSVP is mandatory. Please RSVP to Brands that would like to book a breakout session with the builder group can email the same address for information.


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