Covid causes another delay in the powersports industry. I imagine for sometime moving dates for events will be the norm. Eventually we’ll get back to the good old days but until them we need to remain flexible. I’m happy Tucker just didn’t scrap the plan entirely. Hopefully I’ll see everyone this fall.
PR from Tucker about the change in dates.
Tucker Powersports announced today that the Tucker Road Show, a dealer training program that culminates in four celebratory events for powersports dealers, has rescheduled the events for the Fall of 2021.
The online training portion of the Tucker Road Show, the Virtual Road Show, is extended through the end of February, with many of the participating dealers already exceeding Tucker’s expectations for completion of the product-focused online courses.
In addition, Tucker is adding several additional rewards for dealers who have aggressively engaged in online training and is also allowing dealers to earn credits toward lodging and on-track racing experiences at the Road Show events.
“This change to the Road Show schedule is disappointing, as we are planning the events to be a huge ‘thank you’ to Tucker dealers,” said Brad Turner, Tucker’s VP of Sales. “Our hope is that by moving the events to Fall of this year, we’ll avoid local limitations on gatherings and encourage even more dealers to attend.”
“Our dealers and our suppliers have had a tremendous response to Tucker University and our online training programs,” he continued. “We’re confident that hundreds of dealer employees completing thousands of hours of training will improve the experience of every customer who shops at a Tucker dealer this year. In that way, the Tucker Road Show has already had an impact.”
The locations of the four events, Texas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway remain the same. The exact dates are expected to be announced in the next few weeks.Share