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Meet Courtney Hansen, Jimmy Shine and Help Defend the Industry From Unfair Laws and Regulations
Automotive media personality, author and SEMA Action Network (SAN) member Courtney Hansen will appear at the SAN’s SEMA Show booth (#61399, outside Central Hall) on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Television host and SO-CAL Speed Shop fabricator Jimmy "Shine" Falschlehner, also a SAN member, will be meeting and greeting attendees at the SAN booth throughout the SEMA Show.
Automotive media personalities Courtney Hansen and Jimmy "Shine" Falschlehner will be appearing at the SEMA Action Network (SAN) booth (#61399, outside Central Hall) during the SEMA Show. SAN members themselves, Hansen and Shine will be promoting SEMA’s grassroots lobbying network in addition to meeting and greeting attendees.
Hansen is well known for television roles that have included being the host of “Overhaulin’,” Spike TV’s “Powerblock” and Velocity Television Network’s “Vinsetta Garage.” She is also the author of “The Garage Girl's Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Your Car.” She will appear at the booth on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Shine’s television roles have included TLC’s “Hard Shine,” host of Speed Channel’s “Car Warriors” and Discovery Channel’s coverage of the SEMA Show. He is also a fabricator at the legendary SO-CAL Speed Shop and a lifetime member of the Bonneville 200-MPH Club. Shine will appear at the SAN booth throughout the week along with his '34 Ford hot rod. Since 2001, this iconic pickup has helped inspire countless trends in the world of hot rodding.
With a long history of success, the SAN represents the united voice of “car guys and gals.” The network is a partnership between enthusiasts, car clubs and members of the specialty-equipment industry who have joined forces to promote hobby-friendly legislation and oppose unfair legislation in the United States and Canada.
Jimmy Shine’s iconic '34 Ford hot rod will be displayed at the SAN booth during the SEMA Show.
“With support from industry icons like Courtney and Jimmy, we hope to inform Show attendees of the benefits of lending their voice to the premier organization defending the rights of vehicle enthusiasts,” said SAN Director Colby Martin. “As they will tell you, the active participation of SAN members helps protect our automotive passion for this generation and generations to come!”
Those not able to visit in person can get involved free of charge at www.SEMAsan.com.