Tucker Rocky to Exhibit at AIMExpo presented by Nationwide
The American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide (AIMExpo) says it has added “another industry powerhouse to its show floor” with Tucker Rocky making its commitment to the 2018 show (October 11-14 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas).
“The sixth annual event makes its West Coast debut, where it will again serve as the rallying point for collectively moving the powersports industry forward. The Texas-based distributor will have a significant presence on the show floor, as the company recognizes the importance of the show and its impact on the future of the industry. “
Kenan Ikels, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Tucker Rocky, said: “AIMExpo is a great venue to engage dealers and to showcase new products with our brand partners. The Motorcycle Industry Council produced show serves an important purpose as the place for the industry to come together for business today, while building a future path for dealers and the rest of the industry. That’s why Tucker Rocky will be in Las Vegas, and we invite our customers to join us.”
As one of the leading distributors of motorcycle and ATV aftermarket parts, accessories and apparel, Tucker Rocky offers tens of thousands of products to its large dealer base and says it recognizes “the critical role dealers play in the future of the powersports business” and that it “reaffirms its commitment by engaging with these dealers and joining the industry in Las Vegas.”
Larry Little, VP and GM of MIC Events, said: “As an important distributor partner to dealers, Tucker Rocky is a key addition to the show. Research from prior shows indicates the top reasons dealers attend are to see new product and meet with their distributor, and we welcome the Texas-based company’s plans to do exactly that.
“This is a very important time in the powersports business, and we look forward to working closely with the Tucker Rocky team, communicating to their dealers the value of attending this year’s show and uniting the industry in Las Vegas.”