First off I like to thank our sponsors for all their continue support with their fine products and especially their support for our Chrysler 300 cancer project. With out your continued support and help, none of this would be possible for Fearone to do what we do and to have the amazing success at shows and events.
*New Sponsors: I like to welcome Covercraft
Car Covers http://www.covercraft.com/
and Visiontron http://www.visiontron.com/
stanchions and their generous support for our cancer awareness cause Chrysler 300 project. With our theme "Ride Your Fight To Cure" and Fearone teaming up with Chrysler and SimonMed, 2014 will be a very busy year. With Covercraft and Visiontron products, our vehicle projects and especially our Chrysler 300 will have a much needed cover and protection at shows and events from some of the crazy attendees.
*2014 Shows: Will kick off for Fearone at C.E.S. January 7-10 with our Chrysler 300 in Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Another major show/event we hope to attend in March 2014 is Restyling Magazine event in Indiana. Also once DUB, Extreme Autofest, H.I.N. and World of Wheels has their show tour posted for 2014, Fearone will be attending those shows through out the U.S. as well. As always we will keep everyone updated though out the year.
*Magazines: I would like thank Restyling Magazine once again for their super article on Fearone's SEMA project builds and our sponsors in their October issue. From the SEMA attendees it was great speaking to so many people that saw and read our story. Nothing like major media to get the word out about our sponsors and of course a Fearone built. On another note, once Fearone has word from Modern Mopar on our Chrysler 300 article, I will update.
*GM Ford Chrysler: With 2014 fast approaching, Fearone is already gearing up for our project builds for next SEMA and the vehicles we our interested in going after on our proposals. One thing Fearone will definitely do different this time around, is keeping our renderings closer to the vest. I'm not trying to sound rude here, but the entry that won the top award on Chrysler's contest at SEMA was almost a dead ringer look on our Chrysler 300 build. Course with the Internet and posting, anything your looking for (i.e. vehicle rendering) anyone can copy your idea or come close to it. So it was ironic to say the least the winner's Chrysler 300 look so close to Fearone's build.