Akzo Amenities: Dave Kindig to appear at AkzoNobel SEMA booth, Carbeat demonstrations

Las Vegas, Nevada — AkzoNobel plans on bringing some star power to the SEMA show this year as the automotive paint giant announced that Dave Kindig of Kindig-it Design and MotorTrend Network’s Bitchin’ Rides will be hanging around the booth again this year.

As well as appearances from Kindig, visitors to Akzo’s booth #20060 will also be treated to daily demonstrations of the company’s Carbeat workflow software, put on by AkzoNobel service consultants.

“We are excited to engage safely with our partners at SEMA in November.” said AkzoNobel regional commercial director John Griffin.

“The last 20 months have been full of challenges, yet AkzoNobel continues to be there for its customers. It is important we connect with customers and our partners and support the SEMA event.”

AkzoNobel will be hosting programming all across the SEMA grounds from Nov. 2-5, including a colour naming contest and a panel discussion of the latest insights in the aftermarket industry.

Kindig will also be showing off five of his custom vehicle builds throughout the event, including his 1951 Ford F100 Truck, 1953 and 1966 Chevrolet Corvettes and a 1981 Pontiac Trans Am, all with Kindig-it modifications.


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