Quadratec Receives Awards, Unveils New Products at SEMA Show

Quadratec Receives Awards, Unveils New Products at SEMA Show

The recognition marked the most SEMA awards Quadratec has received for new products in its history.

Quadratec Inc. recently announced it received five Global Media Awards, a New Product Award Runner-Up in the Wheel Category, honorable mention for its Res-Q Recovery Gear kits and introduced over 100 new products during this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. Following the SEMA Show, the company kicked off a major Cyber Week sale promotion to roll out the new products.
The recognition marked the most SEMA awards Quadratec has received for new products in its history.

“We are excited about the success and recognition of our Quadratec brands and the portfolio of brands under the Quadratec umbrella, such as Carnivore, Lost Canyon and Lynx,” said Mike James, Quadratec brand manager.
Three Global Media Awards were given for the Lost Canyon Truck Bed Tent that fits Gladiator JT models, while Quadratec’s Axle-Back Exhaust System for Wrangler JK/JL and the Lynx Whipsaw Wheel for the Ford Bronco each received one GMA. These awards are voted on each year by a panel of international journalists based on each product’s appeal in a writer’s home country.
Quadratec’s Lynx brand received a SEMA New Product Award Runner-Up in the hyper-competitive Wheel Category for its Trail Gunner Wheel for the Ford Bronco. The designed alloy wheel garners attention with an innovative bullet-hole-style design and simulated rivets on the edges of its wheel face. The 17×9-inch wheel is available in Satin Black and Gunmetal Gray.
Additionally, Quadratec’s Res-Q line of recovery gear kits received an honorable mention from SEMA in the Off-Road/Four Wheel Drive Category. These kits include recovery rope or straps, tree saver straps, snatch block, D-rings or soft shackles, trail gloves, winch damper and utility cinch straps.
“Having these brands recognized by the global media and SEMA is a huge honor for us and will motivate us to continue this run of excellence for future SEMA events,” said James.
To cap off a successful SEMA Show, Quadratec spent the month following the event rolling out multiple new products with a massive Cyber Week sale featuring major savings on all products throughout the website and catalog.

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