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Lincoln Electric Announces SEMA Celebrity Appearance Lineup

Lincoln Electric will host television celebrities Chip Foose, Bryan Fuller and Jessi Combs as well as race driver Tony Schumacher in booth #24113 at this year’s SEMA Show, Nov. 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Welding celebrity appearances include:

Chip Foose
Star of TLC’s Overhaulin’ and award-winning custom car designer Chip Foose arrives at Lincoln Electric’s booth at 10 a.m. on Friday and will interact with fans, signing autographs and participating in fan photos until noon.

Tony Schumacher
Tony Schumacher, first driver in National Hot Rod Association History (NHRA) history to win six consecutive Top Fuel championships, will greet SEMA show attendees at the booth on Tuesday, Nov. 2 from 1-3 p.m. Schumacher will also participate in photographs and autograph signing.

Bryan Fuller
Fuller, host of Two Guys Garage, owner of Fuller Hot Rods and avid welder, will make periodic appearances in the Lincoln Electric booth throughout the show on Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. He will show off his Shogun CB550 bike and be available to sign autographs and participate in photos with fans on the show floor.

Jessi Combs
TV personality and welding fabricator Jessi Combs will sign autographs and participate in fan photos from 2–4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3.

Foose, Combs and Schumacher will be available during the designated times at Lincoln Electric booth number 24113. Fuller will be available to sign autographs for fans on the show floor.

Additionally, Lincoln Electric will be sharing live updates from the show floor, including photos of welding celebrities with fans on its Twitter and Facebook pages throughout the show. For real-time updates, as well as information on Lincoln’s SEMA 2010 show promotions, visit the Lincoln Electric SEMA 2010 page.

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