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Tire Review Continues as China International Tire Expo Sponsor

(Akron/Tire Review) For the second straight year, Tire Review will be the exclusive U.S. media sponsor of the China International Tire Expo (CITExpo), which will be held Sept. 6-8 at the Shanghai Everbright Exhibition Center in Shanghai, China.

Tire Review joins its news partners Tyres & Accessories and Rubber Asia as key media supporters of the event.

Entering its fourth year, CITExpo is China’s premier tire exposition, and the program aims “to facilitate the trade and development of world tire industry by bridging the gaps between the soaring tire industry in China and overseas.”

CITExpo 2005, held in December, attracted more than 130 exhibitors and some 6,500 attendees, including manufacturers, buyers, distributors, wholesalers, and direct retail and manufacturing purchasers.

“We are proud to continue our support of CITExpo, the fastest growing tire industry exposition in the world’s fastest growing tire market,” said Jim Smith, editor of Tire Review. “The organizers took a truly global approach with the program, and the result can be seen in the 2005 event, which exceeded all expectations in terms of attendance and exhibiting companies.”

For more information and registration materials, visit the CITExpo Web site at citexpo.com.cn.

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