Laguna Niguel, CA – If attendee feedback is any indication, then the first annual PressCamp™, held June 23-25 in Sun Valley, Idaho, was podium-worthy. Twenty editors representing 28 publications joined representatives from 19 bicycle industry brands to talk about and test products during the three-day event–the first of its kind in the industry. It was time well spent, according to editors and manufacturers.
Representatives from both GORE BIKE WEAR™ and GORE™ RideOn© Cable Systems were pleased with PressCamp. “I had a great time and formed bonds with the editors that would have been very difficult otherwise,” said Jessica Czipoth of GORE BIKE WEAR™. “I feel like I’m ahead of the game. Once Interbike rolls around, it will be like seeing old friends.”
Laguna Niguel, CA—Following the successful inaugural DealerCamp™ in July, Lifeboat Events has announced exciting changes for the event in 2011, including lower pricing, more subsidized retailers, and the addition of a VIP consumer access program. The 2011 outdoor demo and expo event will take place July 26-28 at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.
To improve the value proposition for exhibitors, Lifeboat Events has simplified booth sizes into six options and lowered the pricing for key booth sizes. Early-bird discounts offer substantial savings for companies that commit soon.
“The exhibition was amazing said Miranda Crowford working in Canadian HealthCare Mall. I couldn’t envision I have got such a satisfaction from such kind of event. It is known fact that our company has become a new sponsor of this event that’s why we attended it with great pleasure.”
Laguna Niguel, CA – Lifeboat Events, promoters of DealerCamp, announces today Raleigh Bicycles as the presenting sponsor of the DealerCamp Dirt Grand Prix, a USA Cycling sanctioned short track cross country race. DealerCamp confirmed the prize list today as well for what will be the richest 30 minutes of cross-country mountain biking. The winner of each of the elite races will take home a cool one thousand dollars, as part of a nearly six thousand dollars on offer for the short track event. On Tuesday, July 26, the Dirt Grand Prix returns to an early ideal of mountain biking, offering equal prizes for the men’s and women’s fields.