John Force Racing Team Joins in on the Fun at PPG's SEMA Booth

John Force Racing Team Joins in on the Fun at PPG’s SEMA Booth

The booth, no. 24601, displayed an array of cars, bikes and colorful people, all set to the theme of vibrant Mardi Gras night on Bourbon Street.

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The PPG booth at SEMA in Las Vegas. This year’s theme was Mardi Gras, set in vibrant New Orleans.

The hottest PPG colors and trends were on exhibit at the extravagant Mardi Gras-themed PPG Automotive Refinish booth at this year’s SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The booth, no. 24601, displayed an array of cars, bikes and colorful people, all set to the theme of vibrant Mardi Gras night on Bourbon Street.

Booth visitors will see unique cars and bikes finished with over-the-top color and design schemes created by Steele Kustoms, Alloway’s Hot Rod Shop, Execution Style, Bonnell’s Rod Shop and Galpin Auto Sports. PPG is showcasing the range of refinish products that helped the imaginative and talented custom builders and painters from these shops turn their ideas into realities.

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The John Force Racing Team was on hand to sign autographs at the booth. Left to right: Robert Hight, Courtney Force, Brittany Force and John Force.

PPG has made sure the racing world is well represented: Drag racing champion John Force, founder of John Force Racing, the sport’s premier team, was signing autographs yesterday along with the rest of the team, Robert Hight, Courtney Force and Brittany Force.

Joey Logano, one of the fastest-rising young drivers on the NASCAR circuit and driver of the Team Penske PPG-painted No. 22 Ford Fusion in the Sprint Cup Series, will also be on hand Nov. 5th.

Show attendees visiting the PPG booth will have the chance to meet a star-studded cast of custom car and hot rod personalities this week. The group includes Bobby Alloway, Charley Hutton, Dave Kindig and popular automotive graphic artist Kenny Youngblood.

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