Las Vegas, Nevada — While Polyvance president Kurt Lammon said he’ll miss the large crowds that typically gather at the company’s booth for its impressive product demonstrations, he and the team plan to push ahead with SEMA360 as best as it can.
While Polyvance plans to provide live demonstrations through the SEMA360 platform, the plastic repair company will also be showcasing two new products—its Shim Jim bumper tabs and the Tab Magic Moulding Putty.
“Nobody else on the market has anything like this,” said Lammon. “It’ll save the repair technician time and allow them to make a higher quality repair.”
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