High Performance Expo Signs Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center as First Exhibitor

The inaugural 2025 HPX expo is set for June 3-5 in Charlotte, North Carolina...

The inaugural High Performance Expo (HPX) has signed Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center (SDPC) as the first major exhibitor committed to participate in next year’s event. SDPC, headquartered in Lubbock, Texas, is one of the largest automotive performance parts centers in the world.

SDPC offers more than 300,000 parts including new replacement engines, crate engines, factory sheet metal and a wide variety of automotive and performance racing products from industry favorites including Edelbrock, MSP, Holley, Motion Raceworks, ARP, Billet Specialties, COPO, Kooks Exhaust, Federal Mogul and more, all through its 2-million-square-foot warehouse, according to the company.

High Performance Expo Signs Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center as First Exhibitor | THE SHOP

“Scoggin-Dickey attends several trade shows each year across the country and a key consideration is always what new customer base we could access through our participation,” said Keith Wilson, manager outside sales/SEMA/PRI/HPX, Scoggin-Dickey Chevrolet/CDJR/Southwest Delco Wholesale Distribution. “HPX offers us a unique opportunity to interface with East Coast accounts that we may be missing.”

The inaugural High Performance Expo (HPX) will be held June 3-5, 2025, at the Charlotte Convention Center (CCC), followed by area-wide enthusiast activities. The event will bring together all segments of the automotive aftermarket community in the heart of the auto racing industry.

“Scoggin-Dickey is a multi-faceted performance industry leader with a loyal following, so we are thrilled to have them as our first major exhibitor,” said Dana Teague, general manager of HPX. 

Show floor space at the inaugural High Performance Expo is now available via the HPX 2025 Exhibitor Experience, which includes:

  • Opportunities to meet new buyers and invite current customers to the show
  • Innovative sponsorship and branding opportunities
  • Floor plan and rates for basic and preferred floor locations
  • Discounted rates for NCMA members
  • Educational seminars

The first two days of HPX (Tuesday, June 3 and Wednesday, June 4, 2025) will be focused on B2B commerce – with only qualified, vetted buyers, exhibitors and media in attendance.

The third day (Thursday, June 5, 2025) will have a hybrid focus of B2B and B2C where enthusiasts can also attend the show.

The excitement then transfers over to enthusiast-focused weekend activities at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and other surrounding venues for a multitude of racing-related activations, official stated.

More information is available at

Pat Curtin

Pat Curtin is the managing editor of THE SHOP magazine.

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