SEMA eNews Vol. 23, No. 20, May 14, 2020

Movers & Shakers: 3M Enters Three-Year Collaboration Agreement with Wrapmate

Compiled by SEMA Editors

  Wrapmate
Wrapmate has entered a three-year global collaboration agreement with 3M Commercial Solutions to help businesses improve their marketability within the print, signage and vehicle graphics industry.
   

3M Enters Three-Year Collaboration Agreement with Wrapmate

Wrapmate has entered a three-year global collaboration agreement with 3M Commercial Solutions to help businesses improve their marketability within the print, signage and vehicle graphics industry. This collaborative agreement is an expansion of the initial six-month collaboration first announced in September 2019. It will provide customers with a one-stop shop network of professionals and resources on a global scale. Wrapmate's technology includes an augmented reality (AR) app that allows business owners to visualize their vehicle graphic mockup on a 3D digital image placed virtually in their driveway or office parking lot. Additionally, Wrapmate has developed an online price calculator specifically for vehicle graphics with real-time pricing coming in the near future.

Morgan Lucas
Morgan Lucas
 
   

Morgan Lucas Appointed President of Lucas Oil

Lucas Oil Products, the California-based distributor and manufacturer of motor oils and additives, announced that Morgan Lucas, senior vice president of Lucas Oil Products and son of Forrest and Charlotte Lucas, will take over as the newly appointed president of Lucas Oil. Lucas’ career started with his professional racing debut in 2004. He soon went on to establish his own race team, Morgan Lucas Racing, where he won multiple event championships. In his new position as president, Lucas will report directly to his father, CEO Forrest Lucas.

  Brenton
Brenton’s all-new series “FourWheeler,” hosted by Ian Johnson, has been picked up for a second season with MotorTrend TV and the MotorTrend App.
   

Brenton Productions’ “FourWheeler” Show Picked Up For Second Season

Brenton’s all-new series “FourWheeler” has been picked up for a second season with MotorTrend TV and the MotorTrend App. “FourWheeler” concentrates on aggressive off-road builds with the extreme off-roader in mind, with projects ranging from slow-moving rock crawlers to high-horsepower hill-climbers and everything in between. At the end of each build, host Ian Johnson (Extreme 4X4) tests its capabilities in the ultimate off-road environment. The first season of the off-road enthusiast program premiered in late 2019 and early 2020.  Brenton Productions was tapped to collaborate on developing “FourWheeler” in 2019. In the second season, Johnson will continue to bring to the series his experience as a technician, fabricator, instructor and off-road enthusiast with 10 new episodes of builds, projects and adventures. “FourWheeler” Season 2 is scheduled to premiere on MotorTrend TV and the MotorTrend App later this year.

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