said that attendees at this year’s SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Oct. 30 to Nov. 2) are in for an adventure when they visit booth 24601.
The one-of-a-kind display will feature custom vehicles, distinctive artwork pieces, advanced automotive refinish products and other surprises.
PPG has more than 30 of the custom car world’s top artists participating this year, promising an incredible display of artistry and showmanship.
“Our goal is to always have fun with the booth and appeal to different customer senses,” said Cristina Fronzaglia-Murray, PPG director, marketing communications, automotive refinish. “People experience things in different ways, so we hope to resonate with a couple of their senses. We take our paint offerings seriously, but we know the wonders that can be created with a little imagination. It’s always fun to see people react to the artwork.”
Painters Charley Hutton and Bobby Alloway, as well as Tom and Mitch Kelly, will be at the PPG booth for meet-and-greet sessions, mingling with visitors and signing autographs. Each year, the father and son duo design one-of-a-kind collectible posters for the show.
Racing fans can enjoy meet-and-greet sessions with the John Force Racing Team and Tasca Racing. Kenny Youngblood, one of drag racing ’s graphic artists, also will be at the PPG booth with his latest creations. In addition, Mark Worman and team from the reality TV series on muscle car restoration, "Graveyard Carz," will be on hand to sign autographs.
SEMA offers impressive cars, stars, product demonstrations, networking opportunities, educational seminars and more. PPG has been a long-time supporter of the show, which is attended by more than 100,000 domestic and international automotive industry professionals.
“SEMA is one of the best events to connect with the people who use our products every day,” said Fronzaglia-Murray. “We look forward to ‘talking paint’ with them and learning what we can do to help them achieve outstanding colors and finishes.”