Each year the city of Las Vegas, NV hosts the largest aftermarket automotive show in the world…The SEMA Show! This show brings thousands and thousands of auto enthusiasts to the same exhibit to show off builds, new parts, work techniques, and so much more. This show is where connections are made between your at home garage builders and your tv show builders. Possibilities are endless here when you set out to accomplish goals in the automotive industry. This year was a big year for us here at the garage, so we knew we needed to move our booth space to a heavier populated area. What better area to move to than front and center as you walk into central hall?! In our booth, we had Grdloc flexed out, Turmoil 2.0 around the back side, and our latest build….ROKBUGY on the left. The RokBugy is a 1970 VW bug turned into a rock crawling machine. This build turned heads the entire week and caught the attention of most everyone who walked by it. Another large accomplishment at the SEMA Show this year was the launch of Mickey Thompsons new 44″ and 42″ Baja Boss tires!! These tires were debuted at SEMA and will be available soon to the public. Over in our booth, we had both Grdloc and the Rokbugy sitting on the new 44″ Baja Boss and they looked amazing. We even recently put them to the test and they performed outstanding! Another addition to the Mickey Thompson booth at SEMA arrived late Monday evening. After working a deal out with the Warner Bro., they were able to get the latest Batmobile from them to display in their booth! This insane custom movie set car was sitting on Mickey Thompson tires and caught more attention than most of the outside vehicles at the show. On Tuesday, we had a visit from professional boxer/Influencer Jake Paul. We showed him our custom builds as well as introduced him to a few of our partners so they could explain the quality behind their parts/equipment. After a full day of the show on Wednesday, we even got a surprise visit from Rockstar Energy’s professional drifter Fredric Aasbo. He checked out the builds we have and chatted about a possible wheeling trip soon as he is heavily into the off road scene as well. As the rest of the week kept it’s pace, we were finally happy to see Friday’s end of the show parade come. The parade fills with people and leads most all the SEMA Show vehicles through the streets of Las Vegas and over to the SEMA Ignited show where loud music, live entertainment, and more show cars gather to end the busy week. On Saturday morning we finished off the trip with our annual media shoot just south of Las Vegas and then headed home to relax. Huge thank you to the SEMA Show for another great year. Also, big thank you to all of our ambassadors who helped out in our booth as well as in Mickey Thompson’s booth. We had a great time chatting with everyone this year and we already can’t wait for next year’s show. Cheers and thanks Las Vegas for a rad week!