Riders Plus to sponsor Ottawa show

Riders Plus to sponsor Ottawa show

Written by  on Monday, 01 October 2012 11:34

OTTAWA, Ont. - Organizers of the 4th Annual Ottawa International Motorcycle Show have announced Riders Plus Insurance has agreed to be the title sponsor of the Show, to be held Jan. 11-13 at the CE Centre. The 2013 Show will now be known as the Riders Plus Insurance Ottawa International Motorcycle Show.  

"Riders Plus has been with us as an exhibitor from the beginning in 2010," said Todd Wood, Show Manager. "Their participation as title sponsor was a natural fit given their enthusiasm for our show and the fact their service is required by all motorcyclists in one way or another."

Riders Plus Insurance was established in 1996 for the purpose of insuring motorcycles in Ontario. Their personnel know motorcycles and the people who ride them. They do their best to get motorcycle riders from across Ontario out on the road with the coverage they want and need at an affordable cost. But more importantly, Riders Plus Insurance cares about the riders and is constantly focused about the rider and their ride.

Mike Babineau of Riders Plus Insurance said,  "With the major changes in the works for the 2013 Ottawa show, and the availability of title sponsorship, we knew it was the right time to step up to the plate. We are excited to be involved for the fourth year and this year as title sponsor."

 The Ottawa International Motorcycle Show was started in January of 2010, growing each year to be Eastern Ontario /Western Quebec's largest motorcycle show. The 2013 show will appeal to motorcycle enthusiasts of all ages and genders and will host the leading manufacturers of motorcycles, new and vintage, as well as apparel manufacturers, accessories and travel locations. The 2013 show will also include an expanded "tattoo alley", a tattoo contest, concerts by several well-known Canadian bands, a fashion show and for the first time a custom bike component.

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John Hopkins

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