INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Set to kick off its annual industry-only Trade Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, Performance Racing Industry (PRI) has announced that it will live broadcast the Grand Opening Breakfast via the company’s Facebook feed. Starting at 7:45 a.m. EST on Thursday, December 12, the broadcast can be viewed at facebook.com/performanceracing.
This is a unique opportunity for motorsports professionals and enthusiasts alike to view the opening breakfast, which will feature a Q&A panel with Don Schumacher and the DSR team. Hosted by SPEED SPORT’s Ralph Sheheen, the event expects an audience of 3,000 attendees in the Sagamore Ballroom of the Indiana Convention Center. PRI General Manager Bill Miller will open the breakfast with remarks on the newly released PRI Mission Statement.
Racing industry media and businesses can live stream the opening breakfast directly from your Facebook pages as well, through crossposting. Contact PRI Marketing Manager Jon Shakill at email@example.com for simple instructions on how you can stream the breakfast live directly from your business Facebook page.
For more information on the PRI Grand Opening Breakfast with the DSR team, visit http://performanceracing.com/tradeshow/events/pri_grand_opening_breakfast_to.html
View the breakfast live by logging on to PRI’s Facebook feed on Thursday morning, visit www.facebook.com/performanceracing. It will also be available on the Inside Track Motorsport News Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/InsideTrackMotorsportNews
About Performance Racing Industry: Since its inception in 1986, Performance Racing Industry (PRI) has served as the motorsports industry’s key source for trends, merchandising ideas, new products, business strategies, and more. Through its monthly business magazine, Performance Racing Industry, and the world’s premier auto racing trade show, the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, motorsports industry members from all over the world remain in tune with the worldwide racing marketplace. For more information, visit www.performanceracing.com.
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