Blount Motorsports team owner Larry Garner and driver Tommy Kerr will spend three days at racing’s largest trade show. The Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show is at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 13-15.

The PRI Show is the largest hard core racing trade show in the world and the 45th largest trade show of any kind produced in the United States. This year’s show boasts 1,400 exhibitors and 4,000 booths in the 1,000,000 sq. ft. hall. While in central Florida they also plan to take in at least one night of the Crate Late Model event at East Bay Raceway in Tampa.

“You have everything you need to race under on roof at the PRI show”, said Larry. “We will be able to see all the new parts and pieces, talk to vendors and get a head start on the 2007 season.”

After returning from the PRI show the team will work on the just purchased two car hauler and toter home and the Rayburn and Warrior chassis for next year. The next event for the team will be the Advance Auto Parts Thunder Series Banquet at the Knoxville Hilton on January 19th when Tommy and the BMS Team will be honored for winning the 2006 Rookie of the Year award.