"Car Crazy" Returns to the 2010 SEMA Show and Wants to Feature Your Car

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Attendees of the 2010 SEMA Show who wish to show off their car can do so via SPEED TV's "Car Crazy."

"Car Crazy" on SPEED TV is now looking for owners and cars to participate at the "Car Crazy" stage during this year’s SEMA Show, November 2–5, 2010, in Las Vegas. Participants will drive their vehicle up the ramp to the stage area and be filmed and interviewed by Barry Meguiar about their vehicle.

Vehicles will be placed in a reserved area next to the stage in front of the convention center. Security will be present at night. Space is limited. To participate, please send a photo of the car, along with some technical specifications to

Include in the e-mail answers to the following questions:

• Is the car finished and running?
• It this the car’s debut at SEMA?
• Is there some cool history behind the vehicle?
• What is the ground clearance?

In addition, for the seventh consecutive year, Meguiar will be talking with some of the biggest names in the automotive industry during SEMA’s all-star week. "Car Crazy" TV will broadcast live to more than 100,000 SEMA Show attendees on screens throughout the Show halls and into more than 70,000 hotel rooms 24 hours a day throughout the duration of the SEMA Show.

Please submit any interview requests or inquiries to Breanna Buhr at JMPR Public Relations: 818/992-4353 or