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Tuesday, 07 January 2020 14:44

SEMA Expands Regional Qualifying Events for 2020 Battle of the Builders Competition

Young builders age 27 or younger will have 13 opportunities to win an all-expense-paid trip to the 2020 SEMA Show as part of the SEMA Battle of the Builders Young Guns regional competition. Young builders age 27 or younger will have 13 opportunities to win an all-expense-paid trip to the 2020 SEMA Show as part of the SEMA Battle of the Builders Young Guns regional competition. SEMA

SEMA has expanded its partnership with event producers across the country by increasing the number of scheduled qualifying events to 13 nationwide.

Young builders (age 27 or younger at the time of the 2020 SEMA Show) will have additional opportunities to participate in a regional event for an opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the 2020 SEMA Show held in Las Vegas.

 

Industry professionals whom themselves have previously participated in the SEMA Battle of the Builders competition will select one winner from each event to advance to the 2020 SEMA Show, taking place Nov. 3–6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. All eligible runner-up candidates will have the opportunity to take part in an online fan vote in which the Young Gun with the most votes will take the final spot in the Battle of the Builders Young Guns competition.  

 

“We continue to see an increasing level of craftsmanship, ingenuity and dedication from the young builders competing at these regional events,” said Ira Gabriel, SEMA vice president of marketing, PR and communications. “It is so rewarding to see these Young Guns recognized for their abilities, and the opportunities that this competition can open up for them are huge.”

 

The four finalists of this year’s Battle of the Builders competition will be highlighted along with other featured builders in a new TV special, “SEMA: Battle of the Builders,” scheduled to debut on A+E Networks’ FYI and HISTORY’s DRIVE block, Jan. 26, 2020.

 

For more information, visit www.sema.org/botb or www.semayoungguns.com.

 

Obtained via sema.org.

 

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