|07-21-2014, 01:34 PM||#1|
Drives: Powered by Bowtie
Join Date: Jun 2008
SEMA 2014 Feature Vehicle Opportunity
Grand Prize Winner Gets the Opportunity to Display their Ride
as a Feature Vehicle at the 2014 SEMA Show
(Porter, TX) July 8, 2014 – Premium syntheticlubricant manufacturer, Royal Purple, today announced its fourth annual Show It Off at SEMA photo contest will launch on Monday, July 14 on the brand’s Facebook fan page. The winner of the contest will have the opportunity to display his or her vehicle at the 2014 SEMA Show – the largest trade-only automotive aftermarket show in the world – as a feature vehicle outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, Nov. 4-7, 2014.
Royal Purple’s Show It Off at SEMA photo contest launches Monday, July 14, and offers one lucky winner the chance to have their car displayed at the 2014 SEMA Show. Above: Past winner, Mark Field’s 1969 Chevy Camaro. Fields will serve as a guest on this year’s judging panel.
Photo Credit: Mark Fields
“This is a great way to give one of our enthusiasts the chance to show his or her vehicle to a worldwide audience,” said Marlena Solomon, Marketing Specialist. “The winners we’ve had from previous years have set the standard high for the vehicles we host, so I’m looking forward to seeing what this year brings,” she added.
In addition to paid registration as a feature vehicle, the winner will receive hotel accommodations (restrictions apply), Royal Purple products, Royal Purple apparel and an invitation to attend a winner’s dinner hosted by Royal Purple. Following initial photo submissions to the Royal Purple Facebook fan page starting July 14, online fan voting will begin July 25, followed by a final round of judging August 5 – 9.
·Photo Submission Period: July 14 – 24
·OnlineVoting: July 25 – 31
·Judging: August 5 – 9
·Winner Announced: August 11
The judging panel for this year’s contest includes last year’s Show It Off at SEMA winner, Mark Fields and a variety of personalities from the automotive, motorsports and entertainment industries, including:
·Townsend Bell – IndyCar and TUDOR Sportscar Championship driver and TV personality
·Tim “Skrape” Katz – VP and co-founder, Authentic Brands Group LLC., TAPOUT LLC
·Jeff Thisted – Discovery Channel’s television show “Rods ‘N Wheels”
·Carrie Strange – 2013 Royal Purple Ladies Feature Vehicle Contest Winner
Each year for a week, the SEMA Show attracts more than 200,000 people from the specialty automotive equipment industry to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Though not open to the public, common areas of the convention center – such as where Show it Off at SEMA winners and other feature vehicles are displayed – are accessible to non-industry guests. Past winners for the Show it Off at SEMA contest include:
oMark Fields’ 1969 Chevy Camaro
oSteven Bloom’s 1955 Ford F-100
oTodd Foust’s 1965 Ford Mustang convertible
oDennis Rostenbach’s 1970 Plymouth Road Runner
oJoe Cherry’s 1958 Chevrolet Nomad
oShawn Kaufman’s 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T
For additional information on Royal Purple and its products, please visit www.RoyalPurpleConsumer.com.
|07-30-2014, 11:35 AM||#2|
Drives: 2010 cam.2ss/rs.iom,07'escalade esv
Join Date: May 2009
Man,this is a sweet Camaro,
|07-30-2014, 01:59 PM||#3|
Drives: 2010 Camaro 2SSRS/55 Chevy Bel Aire
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Bonita, Ca. 91902
I am going to put it down on my calendar because even if you can not get in they say the show outside is just as good. Anybody have tickets?.
|08-11-2014, 04:08 PM||#6|
Drives: 2010 2LT/RS AKA ZLRS
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: CENTRAL FLORIDA
|08-14-2014, 02:26 PM||#7|
Drives: Powered by Bowtie
Join Date: Jun 2008
ROYAL PURPLE SELECTS 2010 CAMARO AS ITS 2014 SHOW IT OFF AT SEMA WINNER
Frank Daniels’ Custom CamaroHeaded to Las Vegas as a SEMA Show Feature Vehicle, Nov. 4 – 7
Porter, TX (August 14, 2014) – Premium synthetic lubricant manufacturer Royal Purple today announced Frank Daniels’ custom 2010 Chevrolet Camaro as the grand prize winner of the brand’s fourth annual Show It Off at SEMA contest. As this year’s winner, Daniels’ Camaro will be sponsored by Royal Purple as a feature vehicle on display at the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, November 4 – 7.
Royal Purple selected Frank Daniels’ 2010 Chevrolet Camaro as the winner of its 2014 Show it Off at SEMA contest.
Photo Credits: (TOP) Super Chevy/Rod Short, (BOTTOM) Frank Daniels
The Royal Purple Show It Off at SEMA contest was hosted online on Royal Purple’s Facebook fan page throughout July and August. Over the course of two separate seven-day periods, vehicle owners had the opportunity to submit a photo of their vehicle for the opportunity to display it as a feature vehicle at the SEMA Show. The top five finalists that received the most votes, from more than 30 entries, were chosen by Royal Purple, with the grand prize winner selected by an expert panel of five judges.
“I selected Frank Daniels 2010 Chevy Camaro because this is the prototypical SEMA vehicle,” said judge Mark Fields, who was last year’s contest winner. “With all the over the top modifications like wheels, engine, body modifications, electronics and rear spoiler, it would fit in perfectly in Las Vegas.”
Daniels’ Camarowas selected by Royal Purple’s panel of judges that included:
1.Townsend Bell – TV personality and professional IndyCar and TUDOR United SportsCar Championship racecar driver sponsored by Royal Purple
2.Tim "Skrape" Katz – Automotive enthusiast, Vice President and Co-Founder of Authentic Brands Group LLC., TAPOUT LLC
3.Jeff Thisted – TV personality from Discovery Channel’s hit new show “Rods ‘N Wheels”
4.Mark Fields – 2013 Show It Off at SEMA winner
5.Carrie Strange – 2013 Show It Off at SEMA winner, Co-Owner of Strange Motion Customs in Lewisburg, Tennessee
“It has been four years since Royal Purple started the contest, and we are continually amazed at the quality and scope of the entries we receive each year,” said Royal Purple Marketing Specialist, Marlena Solomon. “Selecting just one winner from the finalist field is always tough. Daniels’ Camaro will be in good company with the other feature vehicles the Las Vegas Convention Center at this year’s show.”
As part of the grand prize, Royal Purple will handle all SEMA feature vehicle fees and show registration for Daniels. Hewill also receive two SEMA Show credentials, five nights of hotel accommodations in Las Vegas, a variety of Royal Purple apparel to wear, and a seat at Royal Purple’s VIP dinner in Las Vegas.
The SEMA Show is a trade event for automotive industry professionals and is not open to the general public. As the world’s premier automotive specialty products trade show, the SEMA Show brings the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition, the SEMA Show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events and networking opportunities. In 2013, The SEMA Show drew more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers.
|08-14-2014, 02:43 PM||#8|
Drives: 2002 chevy camaro z28 LS1
Join Date: Aug 2014
Disabled veteran with a 2002 camaro z28LS1 needs help
I am a Army retired permanently disabled vet with 22 yrs active duty. I completed 2 deployments with the last deployment delivering a severe spinal cord injury. I have issues with neck, shoulders, knees and lumbar area. I have a spinal cord stimulator transplant in my body which enables me to walk gingerly. I have what I call my dream car 2002 chevy z28 LS1. I always wanted a powerful sports car and i waited 24 yrs just to hit a roadblock .I am trying to see if the newer camaro's *have better access for persons with service connected injurys. In Afghanistan I had a tower stairs giveaway and I fell 10 feet on my back. I don't have money to go out and buy a new camaro because I am 100% permanently disabled and social security ( unable to work). I love the older muscle cars like the camaro i just wonder at what point did these cars become pains to get into. I imagine the 2010 and above have lumbar and better back support as well as easier entrance and exit. I have been trying to get assistance in finding mods to adjust my camaro to my disability and have had no luck. I have seen you do mods before on cars and bikes. Do you know any place that may give grants to modify disabled vets vehicles. I need help Kount! Please help this veteran.
|08-15-2014, 12:20 PM||#9|
Drives: 2011 2LT/RS M6 IOM
Join Date: Apr 2011
Yikes - to each their own I guess....
Why go to all the trouble with a wide body and not even mold in the flares? Looks like they could be stuck on with 3M tape.
The white trim line looks wavey / uneven and doesn't follow the flare lines either - seems sloppy.
Phat rims though! Love the Black/Blue 2 toned as well - very nice paint. I couldn't imagine trying to clean all those knook and crannies!