Bar’s Leaks and Rislone at 2015 SEMA Show - Tire Review Magazine

Bar’s Leaks and Rislone at 2015 SEMA Show

The Bar's Leaks and Rislone booth at AAPEX
Bar’s Leaks and Rislone will have a booth at AAPEX and SEMA Show

Bar’s Leaks and Rislone are expanding their Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week presence with their first-ever booth at the 2015 SEMA Show.

Bar’s Leaks will debut its Valve Seal Oil Consumption Repair and the Head Seal Blown Head Gasket Repair at booth #32303 in the Upper South Hall Racing & Performance section of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Celebrity spokespeople Bobby Janiec and Caitlin Burt will help show off the products and be available for autographs. Attendees will also have the chance to complete for the highest score prize by playing the video game “Monster Truck Destruction” featuring the Rislone Defender monster truck driven by Zach Adams.

The actual Rislone Defender will also be displayed at the SEMA Show Feature Vehicle Program display area.

“We have exhibited at the modern AAPEX event since its inception more than 25 years ago. It has been a great venue for us to meet with our buyers and industry partners every year,” said Clay Parks, vice president of development for Bar’s Leaks and Rislone. “Exhibiting at the SEMA Show gives us a way to expand beyond our base to talk more directly with the shop owners, technicians and enthusiasts who buy and recommend our products. It gives us an avenue to introduce our brands and our products to an entirely new audience.”

Both brands will still have a booth at AAPEX.



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