News Arizona Motorcycle Expo December 12th and 13th

Arizona Motorcycle Expo December 12th and 13th

The Arizona Dirt & Sand Expo has combined with the Arizona Motorcycle Expo at the Arizona State Fairgrounds for one big show the weekend of December 12th and 13th. With the economic state, the promoters AZ Expos, Inc have changed the structure from a formal show to a SuperSwap with very affordable $100 booth prices.

AZ Expos goal is to provide companies the best venue to exhibit their products and services. For this year’s event, due to the current economy, they have made drastic changes to reduce the cost and to make this event a viable show to promote business. AZ Expo has also opened up booth spaces to the general public that would like to sell their used off-road parts and accessories as part of the SuperSwap.

"As many of you know, I produce these events because of my love for the Powersports community," said Andy Myers. "I am fully aware of the brutal economy we live in and it is for that reason I am changing this event dramatically. Businesses and spectators are encouraged to display their used goods to sell at this event. This is an open format expo." To encourage attendance, AZ Expo Inc has also dropped the entry cost to $10, with kids under 12 free and have added limited free parking.

The Arizona Dirt & Sand Expo has a 7 year track record of being the largest off-road show in Arizona, then combine that with the 6 year running of the Arizona Motorcycle Expo and they are teamed up for success. This is traditionally a buyers show with it being two weeks before Christmas. The timing makes it a great show to get gifts for family and friends and also a great time for you to raise extra cash for the holiday!

All booth spaces are just $100 for a 9×17. Sign up for one space, or multiple to fit your trailer or products. All booth spaces are outdoors with AZ December weather being historically pleasant. Companies and SuperSwap Vendors please reserve your spots now by calling 480-899-6458, or contact Charlene@BowerMedia.com with questions. 


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