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Wednesday, 13 November 2019 16:22

PPG’s Booth Unleashes Creativity at SEMA 2019

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L to R: Allysa Rose, Mark Worman and Will Scott of Graveyard Carz were signing and posing for photos at this year’s PPG booth at SEMA 2019. L to R: Allysa Rose, Mark Worman and Will Scott of Graveyard Carz were signing and posing for photos at this year’s PPG booth at SEMA 2019. Ed Attanasio

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At the SEMA Show every year, people can’t wait to see PPG’s booth as the anticipation builds.

What will the theme be? What vehicles will be on display, and which celebrities will make appearances? The given is that PPG’s one-of-a-kind booth will feature custom vehicles, distinctive artwork pieces, advanced automotive refinish products, celebrity meet-and-greet sessions and a few surprises along the way.

 

This year’s theme was “Creativity Unleashed” to honor great painters that use PPG to produce eye-catching art with that coveted “wow factor.” When you entered PPG’s booth, the first thing you noticed was a 30 foot faux brickyard wall covered with pop art from top to bottom with a mannequin that looked like a tagger posing atop. The main focal point of the display was a collection of artwork displaying the artistry and craftsmanship of more than 30 of the custom car world’s top artists.

 

Cristina Fronzaglia-Murray, director of marketing communications at PPG, admitted that her company’s booth is always a priority every year and a fun project to work on. “Each year, we like to raise the bar in our challenges to our painters,” she said. “This time, our goal was to unleash their inner potential by inviting them to show what they always wanted to do with color and take their creativity to an entirely new level. What they come back with is always amazing and more than what we ask for! We have some of the most talented and creative masterminds using our products, and this year, they do not disappoint!”

 

Mark Worman, one of the stars of the reality show “Graveyard Carz” where they perform over-the-top Mopar muscle-car restorations, loves meeting his fans at SEMA. “Some people just want to say hello, while others have specific questions about some of our builds. They want a glimpse at what goes into the making of the show, and I always tell them that “Graveyard Carz” is 100% real. It’s such an honor for a great company like PPG to invite us to be here because it means they respect our work and our show.”


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