NASCAR Champ, TV Star Takes Lead Role at Restyling & Truck Accessories Trade Show

Feb 5, 2014

The Restyling & Truck Accessories and Hotrod & Restoration Trade Shows announced that Ray Evernham, host of the new Velocity TV series AmeriCarna will be master of ceremonies for the shows’ Grand Opening Breakfast set for March 27. Evernham will present the winner of the first annual Dick Dixon Legacy Award as well as the 2014 Innovation Award winners.

Both the Restyling & Truck Accessories Trade Show and the co-located Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show provide automotive aftermarket professionals the opportunity to preview new products, expand their skills and techniques and celebrate creative, innovative product advancements. The Grand Opening Breakfast officially kicks off both shows, helping to pay tribute to the companies and individuals who are advancing the future of automotive customization, performance and restoration.

“Ray Evernham and AmeriCarna are synonymous with automotive legends-it’s  a natural fit to have him lead our breakfast ceremonies,” said Michael Murray, sales director for the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show.

Presented exclusively to the trade, the Restyling & Truck Accessories Trade Show and Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show are coming March 26-28 to the Indiana Convention Center, with educational classes beginning March 26 and the Exhibit Hall opening March 27. The shows are presented by Restyling & Truck Accessories and Performance & Hotrod Business magazines with support by sponsors Meyer Distributing, Steele Rubber Products and AmeriCarna.  Registration is free. Learn more at www.hotrodshow.com and www.rtashow.com.

AmeriCarna takes viewers on a tour through American culture through the lens of one its greatest inventions: the automobile. Three-time NASCAR champion Evernham hosts this cross-country trek, chasing down the cars that had a profound impact on shaping our national identity. From the inception of American racing at the turn of the 20th century, to the Woody wagons that defined California culture in the 1950s and 1960s, to the infamous drag strips of the 1970s, AmeriCarna lifts the hood on legendary four-wheeled treasures that continue to have a profound influence on our cultural DNA.