The booth will showcase renowned industry talents, custom builds and bold artwork.
Among the highlights, House of Kolor will feature guest appearances by renowned auto refinishers and a jet car driver, as well as a variety of custom builds featuring bold designs using the company’s products. House of Kolor will also give a look at an exciting, new color-shifting paint technology at its booth and sell show-stopping artwork to benefit an industry scholarship fund.
The booth will mainly highlight the legendary House of Kolor brand, including a new premium base coat that offers broad color changes at different viewing angles. Company experts will be available to answer questions about paint brands, technologies and services. In addition, the booth will showcase shop repair and refinishing staples from U.S. Chemical & Plastics.
Several custom vehicle builds will be on display at the booth, including cars by Jon “Koz” Kosmoski, Juan “Munch” Gonzalez, Zach Felix and Larsen Motorsports. The featured motorcycle build will be by Daniel Gonzalez.
Find the House of Kolor at Booth #30201 in the Upper South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Mark Your Calendar
- 11 a.m.: New House of Kolor product announcement
- 2 p.m.: Jon “Koz” Kosmoski, founder of House of Kolor, showcasing his final custom build
- 11 a.m.: Josette Roach, House of Kolor jet car driver from Larsen Motorsports
- 11 a.m.: Juan “Munch” Gonzalez, technical service representative and House of Kolor expert
Art Sale Benefits Scholarship Fund
In support of the Blazing Trails Scholarship Fund, House of Kolor will be selling approximately 30 custom-painted panels created by some of the industry’s most celebrated painters at its booth. House of Kolor created the scholarship fund in partnership with Larsen Motorsports in 2019 to address the talent shortage facing the automotive industry, specifically collision repair. All proceeds from artwork sales will go to the fund.
“We cherish the opportunity to support young talent entering the auto repair industry with this year’s SEMA Show art sale,” said Rob Mowson, global vice president of marketing for Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes, which owns the House of Kolor brand. “Scholarship applicants and winners represent the future of auto repair and refinishing operations, and we’re proud to contribute to the mastery of their craft. It’s also heartwarming that today’s current painting gurus are helping to fund the industry’s future talent via their donated artwork.”
House of Kolor will unveil the custom panels at 8 a.m. Oct. 31, with the artwork available for immediate sale.