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SEMA 2017 Part 1

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 SEMA 2017 Part 1

In this newsletter, we cover the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association, known as SEMA. 2017 brought us a historical landmark within the automotive industry. SEMA celebrated their 51st Anniversary at the Las Vegas Convention Center. With over two thousand vendors and over 150K attendees daily for a full 4 days, SEMA opened their doors officially on Tuesday with everyone scrambling to get their booths up and ready to go.  We highlight Battle of the Builders, BOTB and also cover the Hot Rod, Off-Road and Sport Compact. We also include other builders making their presence known. The SEMA Cruise Out & SEMA Ignite is the last bang of the show, with lots of fun at the after party. An awesome long, exciting week of new and amazing vehicles and all the technology that goes along with that. CHECK IT OUT!

    

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Thank you to our sponsor Kelly Moss Road and Race and Undaunted Apparel.

Coverage by Cole Photography Mike Flores, Skylar and Da Rumble staff.


May Newsletter 2017 Part II. Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender        

Viva Las Vegas comes fully packed with music, burlesque, pin up contests, car shows, vendors, dance contests, and anything else your little heart desires. Tom Ingram and his staff prepare all year and coordinates with The Orleans Hotel in preparation. You can find more of what goes ion at vivalasvegas.net or download their mobile app. It is a nice little package all in one location, and let’s not forget, the gambling in the casino area, where you can play the odds whether you favor the slots or the tables.

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Thank you to our sponsor Kelly Moss Road and Race and Undaunted Apparel.

Coverage by Robin Hetchler, Juan Lopez, Joseph Dowling and Da Rumble Staff.


May 2017 Newsletter Part I Viva Las Vegas

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May Newsletter 2017 Part I. Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender        

As we arrived in Sin City on the 12th of April, you could feel the excitement and energy in the lobby of The Orleans Hotel.  Everyone was busy trying to get checked into their room, so they would not miss a beat. The sooner you get to your room, the sooner you can get to the downstairs casino to meet up with your friends. Viva Las Vegas becomes a family reunion for many attendees, since this show is an international event. For some, this was their first Viva experience. For most, it was returning to see the extended family that was spread all over the world.  

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Thank you to our sponsor Kelly Moss Road and Race and Undaunted Apparel.

Coverage by Robin Hetchler, Juan Lopez, Joseph Dowling and Da Rumble Staff.