Maxi-Miser to Showcase Pinstripe Artist at SEMA Show

Maxi-Miser to Showcase Pinstripe Artist at SEMA Show

Renowned pinstripe artist Brandon McCoy will be at booth no. 34159 to showcase his talent and recent projects.

ApolloSpray is set to make their 10th appearance at the SEMA Show in 2023 with the introduction of their HVLP Turbo Spray Systems, Maxi-Miser. This innovation is poised to reshape automotive finishing, and attendees can witness its power firsthand at the event.

Maxi-Miser by ApolloSpray is designed to enhance efficiency and craftsmanship in automotive finishing. Attendees can experience its advanced features and witness its potential to elevate their work to new levels.

Renowned pinstripe artist Brandon McCoy, known as “Gooch Customs”, will also be present at booth no. 34159 to showcase his talent and recent projects. “Gooch”, whose exceptional designs have earned him global recognition. will demonstrate his intricate artistry live. Attendees can watch him work his magic and explore his latest creations, which mirror ApolloSpray’s dedication to passion and precision.

ApolloSpray will also be unveiling their new, refreshed brand identity. The company’s commitment to innovation and excellence is reflected in new branding, embodying their vision to set industry benchmarks. Witness the evolution of ApolloSpray’s brand as Maxi-Miser takes center stage.

Beyond products and artistry, SEMA 2023 is a hub of industry networking and innovation. ApolloSpray invites automotive enthusiasts, professionals and media to discover Maxi-Miser’s potential, witness Brandon McCoy’s demonstrations and engage with leaders shaping the automotive future.

For more information, visit maxi-miser.com or semashow.com.

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