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MPN will be the Media Sponsor of the Powersports and Utility Vehicles Section of the SEMA Show

I’m thrilled to announce that MPN will be the Media Sponsor of the Powersports & Utility Vehicles Section of the SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention center Nov. 2-5. The big news this year is that SEMA has teamed up with Gart Sutton & Associates and other industry experts to present a two-day, eight-session educational series at the Las Vegas Renaissance Hotel. Sessions will cover F&I, P&A, sales, service and other dealership issues.

Education is key to the future of your dealership, and while budgets might be tight, this $99 educational event is a can’t miss opportunity to fine-tune your dealership.

Attendees will also have plenty of time to peruse the wares of exhibitors in the Powersports & Utilities Vehicles section of the show.

While it’s only the second year for the powersports pavilion, SEMA is a proven entity as the largest performance accessories trade show in the world; responding to industry demand for a west coast powersports trade show, SEMA created a new Powersports & Utility Vehicles section at last year’s SEMA Show.

The powersports-specific show floor is packed with manufacturers of powersports products including motorcycles, scooters, mini-bikes, dirt bikes, accessories and services.

Vegas’ warmer climes also give the SEMA crew the opportunity to offer attendees powersports demonstrations and exhibitions at the outdoor proving grounds.

The MPN crew will be at the show in full force, and we hope to see you there! 80 percent of the 5,100-plus dealers who attended SEMA in 2009 said they met their objective at the show, and with the addition of the educational tracks, we’re confident SEMA is worth adding to your must-attend trade show calendar.

Visit www.semashow.com/MPN to register and view full show details.

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