2022 SEMA Show Day 1 Recap

We had quite a busy day today at the STEK booth for the 2022 SEMA Show. Here is a quick recap of what happened at the SEMA Show that is related to STEK.

2022 Distributor Day

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Ok, well, this technically happened a day before, but I had to mention it since it was quite a significant event for the STEK family. STEK distributors from around the world gathered at the Renaissance Hotel to discuss the strategies STEK is taking as a brand and align our goals with each other.

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We got a chance to hear from many members of the STEK family and discussed how we can grow STEK together as a brand.

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On that day, we also spent some time finishing up the booth decoration.

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2022 SEMA Show Day 1

In the morning, we came in early to give the booth a final touch. And at 9 AM, the booth was finally open for the visitors to see.

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As you can see, our booth constantly had a crowd checking out a heavily modified BMW M4 wrapped in our new DYNOchrome and DYNO forged-gloss PPF.

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A lot of people were in disbelief that we had a TPU-based chrome PPF, so we encouraged them to actually touch the vehicle to feel the film. Which means we spent a lot of time wiping off any hand prints.

Also, we worked with Incognito Wraps to get a Tesla Y wrapped in our DYNOchrome blue gloss, matte, and Damascus to be used in Elon Musk’s Vegas Loop project.

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This model Y will be operating with the DYNOchrome films installed for at least a week, so don’t miss out on it if you are in the area.

We are planning on doing a lot of cool stuff for the day 2 of the SEMA Show. So come to our booth at West Hall booth #52193, or stay tuned for the next update!

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