Mobile Application Available Now For 2014 Orlando AIMExpo. October 16-19.

AIMExpodatesAIMExpoMobileTo help you plan for AIMExpo 2014, a new mobile application was just released to help you schedule and organize your visit and your meetings. (AIMExpo is open exclusively to credentialed trade and media professionals on October 16-17. The show opens to the general public on October 18-19)

With this application, you can browse all the show features, floor plan, see an interactive exhibitor list name and category, the show specials and updates in real time and more.

Available on two different digital platforms for the most convenient and effective way to get the most out of your AIMExpo experience!

Download the FREE official AIMExpo Mobile Application to take advantage of these time-saving features. Available for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry. Just jump to AIMExpo Mobile.

3 Responses to “Mobile Application Available Now For 2014 Orlando AIMExpo. October 16-19.”

  1. 1 Rodent Aug 24th, 2014 at 9:23 am

    Note that parking at the expo is very, very pricey

  2. 2 Larry Little Aug 25th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Actually Rodent, if you bring your cage to AIMExpo, it’s $9 to park on consumer days (Sat/Sun 10/18-10/19). If you ride in, parking is FREE for motorcycles on consumer days. Motorcycle parking is convenient to AIMExpo Outdoors where the motorcycle/ATV/UTV demo rides and other activities are happening, and shuttle service is provided to the indoor main exhibition hall (it’s otherwise a 10-12 minute walk if you’re looking for some exercise). There will be FREE gear check both outside at AIMExpo Outdoors, as well as indoors at AIMExpo during consumer days. One of the biggest complaints we had last year was navigating to the correct parking lot, so look for humans spinning AIMExpo parking signs on the street corners in the vicinity of the convention center to help direct riders to the free parking. See you there…

  3. 3 Arie Aug 25th, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Isn’t parking in Cincy around $15?

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