SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 26, July 2, 2009

Comedian Bill Engvall to Entertain at the 2009 SEMA Show

   Bill Engvall
  Comedian Bill Engvall is the featured entertainer at the Industry Awards Banquet at the 2009 SEMA Show.

Comedian Bill Engvall will be the featured entertainer at the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet, Thursday, November 5, 2009, at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
 
Each year, thousands of industry professionals attend the Industry Awards Banquet to honor new SEMA Hall of Fame members and to recognize winners of several industry awards. Engvall will entertain the audience following the announcements of the SEMA awards including Person of the Year, WD of the Year, and Manufacturers' Rep of the Year.
 
“One of the unique characteristics about the SEMA industry is that it is made up of an amazing group of professionals, many of whom have a deep-seeded passion for the automotive industry,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of events and communications. “The SEMA Industry Awards Banquet is a special time to gather and pay tribute to those who have made an immense impact and contributed to the industry.”

Engvall’s ability to connect with audiences has made him one of the most popular and busiest comedians today. He currently stars in his own television show on TBS, "The Bill Engvall Show," and also hosts "Country Fried Home Videos" on CMT.

He's also known for his work with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy in the sketch comedy show, "Blue Collar TV." Engvall has appeared in numerous movies and has made several appearances on "The Tonight Show" and the "Late Show with David Letterman." 

Engvall's routines, appearances and clips from "The Bill Engvall Show" can be found on the Internet:

Tickets to the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet are available to those registered for the SEMA Show and cost $50 per individual or $500 to reserve a table for 10. View more details here.

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