PRLog - Oct. 14, 2011 - SWANSEA, Mass. -- Swansea, MA – The hosts of Two Guys Garage and Truck U are headed back to Las Vegas to check out what’s hot at the 2011 AAPEX-SEMA shows. These shows, part of Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week, are not open to the public, so the hosts bring all the attractions and excitement to SPEED’s vast home audience of more than 78 million auto enthusiasts, DIYers and trade professionals. The AAPEX-SEMA special will air in prime time on SPEED in early December 2011.
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The hour-long special will explore featured exhibition areas of both the AAPEX and SEMA shows, giving consumers a glimpse inside the automotive aftermarket's largest trade shows. The hosts of Two Guys Garage, Kevin Byrd and Willie B., and Truck U, Matt Steele and Bruno Massel, will host the special.
“We look forward to both shows every year,” Frank McGonagle, chairman of Brenton Productions explained. “It’s prime time for the automotive industry—time to launch new products, show off your ‘stuff’ and the chance to see everything new the industry has to offer. Our clients understand that it’s just as important to reach the consumer as it is to reach their dealers and distributors. That’s why we do what we do; it’s vital to get products in front of the consumer audience.”
Brenton Productions has produced automotive how-to television since 1992, providing automotive enthusiasts, as well as trade professionals, with performance, accessory and how-to information on their two weekly television series; Two Guys Garage and Truck U.
There are several sponsorship opportunities available for this year’s special. Companies who want to televise their participation at AAPEX-SEMA can contact Brenton Productions for more information at (800) 572-7798, email email@example.com, or click here to watch a 1-minute promo video or an actual segment sponsorship from last year’s show.
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Brenton Productions, Inc provides automotive enthusiasts, as well as trade professionals, with performance, accessory and how-to information on the company's two weekly television series, Two Guys Garage and Truck U.