By SEMA Editors
The West Coast Customs Experience will return to the 2015 SEMA Show in the new Performance Pavilion.
World-famous West Coast Customs returns to the 2015 SEMA Show with the ever-popular West Coast Customs Experience (WCCE) featuring hands-on training from West Coast Customs experts, Tuesday–Friday, November 3–6, in Las Vegas.
“The interactive West Coast Customs Experience has provided SEMA Show buyers with an amazing opportunity to get high-quality, professional training from some of the best and most talented installers in the industry,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of communications and events. “We’re excited to have Ryan Friedlinghaus and his team at this year’s Show and encourage all Showgoers to add the West Coast Customs Experience to their list of must-see attractions.”
Taking no less than a 10,000-sq.-ft. booth area, the West Coast Customs Experience, powered by Toyota, will be located in the new Performance Pavilion (outside, adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, to the south of South Hall). WCCE 2015 features master classes in five premier categories of vehicle customization, including audio and video; interiors; paint and graphics; wrap and tint; and wheels, suspension and accessories. Class participants will do hands-on work to vehicles that move through each instructional area, with four distinctive customized cars completed and presented at the end of the four-day Show.
West Coast Customs Founder and CEO Ryan Friedlinghaus had this to say about the WCCE's continued involvement with SEMA: “We could not be happier to be part of SEMA 2015...and so excited to have the West Coast Customs Experience powered by Toyota this year. SEMA is such an important show for us—it's our Super Bowl, and we are offering all new classes along with all new cars.”
| The West Coast Customs Experience, powered by Toyota will be located in the new Performance Pavilion (outside, adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, to the south of South Hall). WCCE 2015 features master classes in five premier categories of vehicle customization, including audio and video, interiors, paint and graphics, wrap and tint, and wheels, suspension and accessories. || |
SEMA Show buyers will be able to sign up for WCCE 2015 classes starting Wednesday, September 23, 2015.
The West Coast Customs Experience, powered by Toyota, will feature daily meet and greets and autograph signings with Friedlinghaus and the WCC crew (12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.), live entertainment, vehicle painting by Ryno Templeton, demonstrations and model Tianna Gregory signing special-edition West Coast Customs posters daily, from 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
West Coast Customs daily updates live from the SEMA Show will be available on twitter (@officialWCC) facebook (westcoastcustoms), instagram (westcoastcustoms) along with surprise behind-the-scenes video content. Check the #WCCEpoweredbyToyota daily!
Industry professionals can register to attend the 2015 SEMA Show.