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CORONA, California
– SEMA week is here and Casey Currie has a busy schedule in front of him. Between his five vehicles in various booths around the show and participating in the Battle of the Builders competition, and being selected as one of the judges for the Transamerican “Life is Better Off-Road” Award, Casey is once again proving how influential he is in the industry.

The automotive industry is abuzz with all the amazing talent, vehicles and ideas that are on their way to Las Vegas and Casey will be showing 5 vehicles that will capture the attention and minds of attendees all around the show. He will have two of his Jeeps – the JKRK featured in multiple magazines, and the just-built 2-Door 4600 Stock-Class King of the Hammers Competition JK Jeep – be judged for the Battle of the Builders competition. You can see the JKRK in the BF Goodrich outside booth (#62001), and the 2-Door Race JK in the Dana Spicer booth in the Upper South Hall (#36179). On Friday, November 6, Casey’s two vehicles will be going up against some of the other biggest names in the automotive industry.

In addition to the two Jeeps entered into the Battle of the Builders, Casey will have 3 more vehicles in display areas around the SEMA Show. He has teamed up with companies such as Magnaflow, Eibach and Dana Spicer to show how their products and his skills can create amazing vehicles. Outside the main halls you will find Currie’s matte gray Magpul JK in the Magnaflow booth (#61028), and the Ultimate Dana 60 4-door JK. Inside the Central Hall, his King of the Hammers Race Jeep will be featured in the Eibach display (booth #23531).

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Casey’s presence at SEMA goes far beyond the Jeeps he has built. As one of the most respected fabricators, designers and competitors in the off-road industry, he was selected by Transamerican to be one of the prestigious judges for the “Life is Better Off-Road” Award. He will be joined by fellow judges Shannon Campbell, Brian Deegan, Rick Geiser, Sean P. Holman and Craig Perronne as they decide who has built and best presented the most impressive off-road vehicle at this year’s SEMA show. Casey, whose family has been in the off-road industry for over 50 years, brings a unique perspective from both the competition and off road lifestyle sides of the industry and will be a valuable voice in the competition.

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