Kawasaki Bringing Team Green Back to AIMExpo for Dealer Connections

Kawasaki had a great response at the 2023 show.

Kawasaki’s Dealer Development & Training team will be headed back to AIMExpo next year to connect and strategize with its dealer network for the start of the new sales season. AIMExpo will be at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Feb. 6-8, 2024.

“We had such great response from dealers in 2023 that we committed early on to return so we could continue to grow and strengthen our network,” said Alan J. Schapel, senior manager, Dealer Development & Training, Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. “AIMExpo provides the perfect place at the perfect time for Team Green from across the country to come together; compare notes; and share plans, ideas and goals.”

“AIMExpo 2024 is gearing up to be our best show yet because of the commitment of Kawasaki, 14 additional OEs, several major distributors and hundreds of powersports companies,” said Cinnamon Kernes, vice president of market expansion for the Motorcycle Industry Council. “We appreciate Kawasaki’s continued leadership and commitment to our industry as they join North America’s biggest powersports trade show.”

Earlier this month, the American International Motorcycle Expo and Motorcycle & Powersports News announced a partnership to deliver a comprehensive education program to AIMExpo’s Disruptive Thinking stage, located on the show floor. Additional show features will include two e-Bike demo tracks, New Product Central, the Dealer Recharge Zone, the MIC Business Center, the AIMExpo Industry Party powered by Turn 14 and more. The 2024 show floor is already 85% sold out and is more than 225,000 square feet.

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