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New Motorcycles Delivered to Winners of AIMExpo 3-Way Giveaway

AIMExpo has announced that the five lucky winners of the hugely popular 3-Way Giveaway contest were delivered their new winning items. OEM exhibitors Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha partnered with AIMExpo to each give away a new motorcycle to four lucky recipients, while Arai and Schuberth provided two high-end helmets.

The American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) has announced that the five lucky winners of the hugely popular 3-Way Giveaway contest were delivered their new winning items. OEM exhibitors Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha partnered with AIMExpo to each give away a new motorcycle to four lucky recipients, while Arai and Schuberth provided two high-end helmets.

Thousands of attendees entered for their chance to win at AIMExpo last October from Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center. The free entry put all hopeful winners in a drawing to receive one of four new motorcycles – a Honda CBR300R, Kawasaki Ninja 300, Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS, or Yamaha YZF-R3. Additionally, an Arai Corsair X and Schuberth C3 Pro helmet were up for grabs. Contestants were able to enter at AIMExpo or by mail.

The five winners were randomly selected at the conclusion of AIMExpo and took possession of their new bikes and helmets at dealerships throughout Central Florida. The Florida-based winners were Jessica Chromik, of Orlando, Jenna Dowd, of Trinity, Devin Keeley, of Brandon, Stevie Pescarino, of Lakeland, and Sarge Yodock, of Bradenton.

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Jessica Chromik took home a Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS and new Schuberth C3 Pro helmet from Love Motorsports in Homosassa.

Chromik was the recipient of the versatile Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS scooter, which is an ideal option for both getting around town and for serious commuting. She also received the Schuberth C3 Pro helmet, the brand’s flagship model that features proven comfort and performance.

“I’m absolutely in love with how nice the Burgman rides and the Schuberth is very comfortable and quiet,” said Chromik. “I’m having a blast zipping around town.”

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Jenna Dowd loves her new Kawasaki Ninja 300.

Dowd took home the supersport-inspired Kawasaki Ninja 300, a lightweight and agile entry-level sport bike that provides a thrilling ride each time out. She was succinct in her thoughts, saying “It’s a great bike!”

Devin Keely got his hands on the new Yamaha YZF-R3 introductory sport bike, which uses a 321cc engine to provide the trademark high performance of the brand’s “R” line at an attractive price. The bike serves as the perfect introduction to Yamaha’s legendary sport bike lineup.

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Stevie Pescarino’s new Honda CBR300R came from Performance Honda in Wesley Chapel.

Stevie Pescarino already had a Honda prior to receiving his new CBR300R, which provides a giant dose of performance and fun that is way out of proportion to its engine size. It’s lightweight and wide power band make the perfect bike for daily use.

“It’s a great bike. We had to lower it so I could touch the ground, but after that I love it!” exclaimed Pescarino. “I had the Honda Grom previously and this bike is a perfect step up from that.”

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Sarge Yodock’s new Arai Corsair X has been upgraded for even better performance.

Sarge Yodock received the new and improved Arai Corsair X helmet. The already popular helmet boasts updated features like a new face shield pivot location and removal system, enhanced ventilation for a quieter ride, and new materials for construction, making for a stronger shell.

“I’ve attended AIMExpo every year and wow, what a great prize,” said Yodock. “I can’t say enough about this helmet. Best I’ve ever worn.”

Following another successful giveaway and overwhelmingly positive feedback from AIMExpo attendees, an all-new giveaway is in the works to continue the tradition of the 3-Way Giveaway.

Interested companies looking to exhibit at AIMExpo should contact an AIMExpo Account Manager toll free at 855-MC-SHOWS (855-627-4697).

For more information: AIMExpoUSA.com

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