The SEMA Show has returned for 2021 and we couldn’t have had a better year for it! As we all know, the 2020 SEMA show was cancelled due to covid restrictions which made everyone real excited to hear that the 2021 show was a go. We spoke with companies and got our booth spot ready to go for an amazing show. In our Rockstar Garage booth this year, we had two Scosche Broncos and our newest build….the Halo inspired Jeep Gladiator. The Gladiator is a head to toe build(more info on our builds page) made to resemble the warthog from the video game. We even had celebrity Constance Nunes in our booth signing posters for people. It definitely got its fair share of attention, as did the Broncos. Another big thing for this year was the location of Mickey Thompsons booth. They moved from an indoor location to an outdoor spot just outside the Hooigan Burn Yard where much more foot traffic was inevitable. With that said, they also had a huge space to place quite a few display vehicles in a row for everyone to see and view the latest tires and technology they have to offer. Great job to the whole team at Mickey Thompson for all the hard work this year. This years SEMA show may have had less poeple and vendors, but they expanded the show into the new West Hall of the convention center. This new hall hosted many of the off road companies that could make it out. Each day we got our booth up and running and set out on a mission to support all the brands we work with by capturing content on everything we could find. We were very happy to see so much presence of brands that we partner with. After the show one night, we were invited out to Pole Position to hangout with the crew from HP Tuners. Everyone got in plenty of carting laps and had a blast! Thank you to the whole team at HP Tuners for inviting us out to share the good times. As the week went on, we reached the final day. We sent a few vehicles through the parade and then got them loaded up and ready to leave Las Vegas the following morning. As we headed home, we stopped for our annual vehicle shoot out at the shooting range/rock quarry. We had a handful of vehicles to get shot before heading home and we made it happen. Thanks to those who came out to join us on that shoot. Overall, this was a great year at The SEMA Show. It was great to run into so many familiar faces and meet plenty of new ones. Thank you to everyone who stopped by the booth to check out what we have going on. We’re already planning some big stuff for next year and we look forward to seeing everyone there.