Friday, February 19, 2010

All That Jazz In Chicago

The Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America, and this year marks its 102nd event. Held at the McCormick Place complex, over 2.7 million square feet of exhibit hall is filled with the latest in the automotive industry. From concepts and hybrids to sports cars and sedans, there is something for every lifestyle on display.

AMSOIL is under the hood of at least three custom rides in some high-profile booths. First up, Rick Bottom of Rick Bottom Designs and his 2010 Camaro are on display in the GM booth (above left). AMSOIL has had the pleasure of working with Rick on several of his rides, and each never fails to deliver less than stellar results. Rick was one of 8 esteemed builders selected by GM and awarded a 2010 Camaro to build on their behalf for the SEMA Show 2009. This goes to show the talent Rick holds and his commitment to the vision brought to life in each of his high-profile rides.

Next, BRS Auto Design and their Orange Scion xB will be on display in the Scion booth. BRS Auto Design is a design firm that produces its own line of body kits and accessories, and delivers custom body work to the tuner market. Their work has appeared on numerous magazine covers and shows, and they continue to steadily grow with no signs of stopping. When it came to ensuring the engine performed as great as the rest of the car looked, they looked to AMSOIL to provide what they needed.

Last but certainly not least is Fox Marketing with a Lexus IS C on display in the Lexus booth. AMSOIL has worked closely with Brian Fox of Fox Marketing in a partnership that has reaped great benefits. His Lexus IS C has made the rounds in several booths at a variety of prestigious events.

If you're in the Chicago area, it’s not too late to make an appearance at this exciting event over the weekend. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see what the very near future holds in the automotive industry.

Friday: 10:00 AM-10:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM-10:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM-8:00 PM

Admission: Adults $11
Seniors and children 7-12: $7
Children 6-under Free

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