Events

Heartland Auto Racing Show & Auction
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Date/Time
Date(s) - November 16, 2013 - November 17, 2013
All Day

Location
Iowa Events Center, Des Moines,

www.heartlandautoracingshow.com

Representatives from The Heartland Auto Racing Show are proud to announce the show’s inaugural dates of November 16 & 17 at the Iowa Events Center! The show was conceived to be the premier trade show & auction for the Plains States & Upper Midwest. The show will bring together regional companies from the Heartland & national companies that greatly value the race teams & buyers of the area.We are very excited to give the race teams, parts shops & buyers from the region an event to connect with their suppliers & see new products firsthand. At the same time we can give companies a great sales platform in the middle of this important area for motorsports. The show will also give regional tracks & sanctioning bodies a chance to touch base with their teams & drivers in the off-season.In addition to the trade show, the event will also play host to an auction that will include items from top tier teams & overstock from manufacturers & parts shops. The goal of the auction is to present premium items to a great crowd of buyers from around the region.Companies wanting to reserve booth space or receive additional information, contact the Heartland Auto Racing Show by calling (317) 527-9752 or by e-mailing heartlandautoracingshow@hotmail.com. Online attendee registration is now open to the public! If you take advantage of our online registration, the price to attend the show & auction is $10 for a single day pass & $20 for a two day pass. Those wishing to purchase their pass at the door on the day of the event: $15 for single day & $25 for two day pass. You can order tickets online at www.heartlandautoracingshow.com.

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