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GoPro Becomes 250th Exhibitor at American International Motorcycle Expo

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2013 American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo)

GoPro, a maker of cameras that are used throughout the world of motorcycling, has become the 250th exhibitor to join the inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) Oct. 16-20 in Orlando.

AIMExp expects this continuing support to continue, showing the “unparalleled widespread support” from the motorcycle industry.

Larry Little (Vice President & General Manager of AIMExpo) says: “We appreciate and welcome each and every exhibitor as we march towards the launch of AIMExpo. It’s a true testament to the industry’s embracement of our vision and the excitement AIMExpo is generating within the powersports marketplace overall.

“It’s fitting that a cutting-edge brand like GoPro is the 250th exhibitor for the event that is looking to revolutionize the powersports industry. It is forward thinking brands and companies like GoPro that are propelling our success.”

GoPro has established itself as a product synonymous with motorcycling, action sports and active lifestyles in general. Its unique and easily mounted HERO line of cameras has the ability to produce HD-quality footage from a variety of diverse perspectives and activities. This combination of simplicity, quality and versatility has enabled GoPro to resonate with the motorcycle world including Supercross, Motocross, Road Racing, MotoGP, World Superbike, and many more of the most notable motorcycle racing series around the world.  Everyday riders also enjoy GoPro products, as well, AIMExpo reports.

Justin Wilkenfeld (Senior Director of Lifestyle Marketing for GoPro) says:  “GoPro is very excited to be part of AIMExpo. From the manufacturer involvement and the integration of the general public to the market-relevant timing, the show’s format only strengthens the industry’s communication with powersports consumers and enthusiasts.”

AIMExpo sets out to revolutionize the Powersports industry as North America’s first combined consumer, trade and media event. Combining indoor exhibits with outdoor activities, it presents the ideal time and place for new product launches, demo rides, educational programs and more.

AIMExpo will be held on October 16-20, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. For more information, visit AIMExpoUSA.com, and keep up to date on the continued progress by visiting AIMExpo’s social media pages. “Like” the American International Motorcycle Expo on Facebook, and “Follow” on Twitter: @AIMExpo

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