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Race Engine Builder Bob Kriner To Share Business Strategies At PRI Trade Show
September 11, 2012
Professional engine builders can look forward to a rare behind-the-scenes look at a successful race engine business with a 30-plus-year history at the seminar titled, “Management Strategies For A Race Engine Business.”
Race Engine Builder Bob Kriner To Share Business Strategies At PRI Trade Show

Bob Kriner, of Kriner’s Racing Engines, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, has agreed to present a seminar Saturday morning at the PRI Trade Show titled, “Management Strategies For A Race Engine Business.”

The seminar begins at 8 a.m., Saturday, December 1, in the Orange County Convention Center. There is no charge for attending buyers.

Kriner’s Racing Engines came to national fame for its sprint car engines, but has since broadened its line of winning race engines to dirt late models, marine performance, bracket drag racers and more.

Kriner will take the audience behind the scenes of his busy race engine business to share the strategies he’s developed over more than three decades in building race engines. From customer service to strategies for new machining equipment, Kriner will share the practices and philosophies that have proven successful at Kriner’s Racing Engines in today’s challenging racing market.

“Having Bob share his philosophies and practices that he’s developed over the past three decades is a huge opportunity,” said Andrea Brake, PRI sales and marketing manager. “We can pretty much guarantee that every race engine builder who attends will return home with nuggets of insight that they can implement immediately to improve their racing businesses.”

To register for the 25th Annual PRI Trade Show, click here or call 949/499-5413.