AkzoNobel and automotive artist Dave Kindig are set to introduce a new custom color line of automotive paints at the upcoming SEMA Show taking place Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. The new paint line will be introduced at a press conference scheduled for 3:30 Pacific Time on Nov. 1 at the AkzoNobel booth No. 25163.
The announcement with Kindig, host of the popular cable TV show “Bitchin’ Rides,” highlights a busy week for AkzoNobel, which will showcase its products and host autograph signing sessions at its show booth at the SEMA event. Sikkens, Lesonal, Wanda, Sikkens Autocoat BT and U-TECH are among the product lines that will be on exhibit at the show.
AkzoNobel also will host a press conference at booth No. 25163 at 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 1 to announce CarBeat, a new digital process solution that will be available to automotive repair shops around the world.
“We announced our partnership with Dave Kindig at last year’s SEMA Show, and anticipation has continued to build over the past 12 months,” said Jennifer Solcz, North American marketing manager for AkzoNobel Vehicle Refinishes. “SEMA is a great venue to introduce new products to the automotive aftermarket, and we are very excited to announce two game-changing innovations at this year’s show.”
In addition to exhibiting at the show, industry experts from AkzoNobel will speak at the SEMA educational conference. A complete schedule of events is available here.
AkzoNobel’s Wanda, the representative of the Wanda brand, also will be at AkzoNobel booth No. 25163 to sign autographs during SEMA Show hours Wednesday through Friday.
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