Matrix System Announces 2010 'Award Winning Finishes' Calendar Contest Winners - BodyShop Business

Matrix System Announces 2010 ‘Award Winning Finishes’ Calendar Contest Winners

Matrix System Automotive Finishes has announced the winners of its 2010 “Award Winning Finishes” Calendar Contest. Matrix says the competition was close this year with many noteworthy entries. Similar to years past, many of the vehicles were designed and painted by restoration, custom and body shop painters nationwide.

The 2010 Calendar Winners include First Place Winner “Boogie Man” of Boogie’s Custom Creations, Taylor, Mich., for his 1949 Cadillac Sedanet; Second Place Winner Peter Weber of Peter Weber’s Custom Painting and Artwork, Statesville, North Carolina, for his 2001 Custom Ducati Hyper Devil 666R; and Third Place Winner Guy Parks, Statesville, North Carolina, for his 1969 Chevy Camaro.

Also winning spots in the calendar were Andy Stapp of High Performance Finishes, Lockney, Texas; Chuck Watson of Watson Engineering, Grosse Isle, Mich.; Arthur VanDerlofske of Altamonte Springs, Fla.; Chad Dellinger of Weber’s Paint & Body, Cleveland, North Carolina; Brandon Knowles of Brand X Customs, Lynnwood, Wash.; Gary Zaborowski of Riverview, Mich.; Richard Wright of Richard Wright’s Chop Shop, Lexington, South Carolina; Michael Vetter of Micco, Fla.; and Josh Bourassa of True Kustom, Littleton, Colo.
 
Honorable Mentions were awarded to Robert Kelly, Charleston, South Carolina; Ken Lampton, Redding, Calif.; Eric Speer, Brownstown, Mich.; Bill Duncan, Scott Thomas and John Nicholas, Olathe, Kan.; Pam Newton, Statesville, North Carolina, and Mack Sturdivant, Orange Park, Fla.

“This year’s contest was extremely competitive and one of our most memorable,” said Dave Brunori, vice president. “Every year, our customers make us proud by displaying and showing off the Matrix System name. It just goes to show that they are as excited about us as we are of them.”


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