Toronto, Ontario — Oct. 18, 2019 — Pittsburgh, Penn.-based coatings company PPG announced today that this year’s SEMA Show attendees will have the unique opportunity to experience PPG’s booth, featuring custom lowrider vehicles, distinctive artwork pieces, automotive refinishing products and even some celebrity meet-and-greet sessions.
PPG will be set up at booth 24600 at the SEMA Show, which runs from Nov. 5 through Nov. 8 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre. A focal point of the display will be a collection of artwork displaying the artistry and craftsmanship of more than 30 of the custom car world’s top artists.
“Each year, we like to raise the bar in our challenges to our painters,” said Cristina Fronzaglia-Murray, PPG director, marketing communications, automotive refinish. “This year, our goal was to unleash their inner potential by inviting them to show what they’ve always wanted to do with colour and take their creativity to an entirely new level. What they come back with is always amazing and more than what we ask for!”
Some of the industry’s top names will be at the PPG booth for meet-and-greet sessions, mingling with visitors and signing autographs. Reality TV stars Mark Worman and Will Scott from Graveyard Carz will host a session on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 11 am to noon. Other popular personalities will greet fans during the show, including painters Charley Hutton and Bobby Alloway, as well as “crazy painters” Tom and Mitch Kelly. Each year, the father and son team designs exclusive, one-of-a-kind collectible posters for the show.
Every year the SEMA Show 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.
To learn more about automotive refinish products from PPG, visit booth 24600 at SEMA or go to ppgrefinish.com.