The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) had a successful 2023 SEMA Show, with worthwhile events, vehicle unveilings, and education sessions that helped grow its members careers and businesses.
Following is a recap of ARMO's top highlights from the 2023 SEMA Show.
Lonely Driver Company debuted a custom '73 Datsun 240Z at the ARMO Booth.
A yearly tradition at the SEMA Show, the ARMO vehicle unveiling showcases a talented builder and allows manufacturers to present their brands and products to a worldwide audience.
ARMO hosted a Halloween-themed Industry Reception.
The ARMO Reception had record-breaking attendance, included an awards ceremony, and brought together members to celebrate their passion for the industry.
Top Builders Discussed the Restoration Market During the Education of Restoration Panel, Powered by ARMO
The seminar offered insights into the evolution of the restoration market, covering everything from traditional restorations to restomods. Attendees learned how to manage diverse types of builds, set goals, overcome challenges, address supply-chain shortages, and prepare a shop for future growth.
The seminar featured Jeff Farina, senior sourcing manager at JEGS, as moderator. Panelists included Dave Hall, owner at Restore A Musclecar; Rod Emroy, owner at Emroy Motorsports; Bryan Fuller, owner at Fuller Moto; and Darin Smith, owner at DWS Classics Inc.
Save the date for the 2024 SEMA Show, taking place November 5-8, 2024. For more information, visit www.semashow.com.