4 WHEEL PARTS TRUCK FEST - ORLANDO, FL August 21, 2010 12:00 am
The final 4 Wheel Parts Truck Fest of 2010 was in Orlando, Florida and N-FAB brought the fireworks. Show specials and an eager crowd made the final show for 2010 a complete success. N-FAB brought the goods by bringing the impressive Show Hauler to the event along with the first sighting of N-FAB's newest show vehicle the N-FAB Jeep JK and the fireworks show was brought on by the unveiling of 7X Supercross and Motocross Champion James "Bubba" Stewart's Toyota Tundra.
From the start the show was a success with the 1000's of attendee's lined up at the door on Saturday morning and again on Sunday to insure a good show. For N-FAB the show was a success by showing the attendee's James Stewarts Toyota Tundra in which James happens to reside in Orlando. Many attendee's noticed the logo's on the Tundra and had plenty of questions to ask of the owner and if he was going to make an appearance. On so he did on Sunday, and the autographs started on the back of shirts, fronts of hats, and on the sides of shoes. James himself was very open to autographs and was extremely excited to see his Tundra.
From the moment James saw his Tundra he was excited and the thought of getting to drive it home made him stick around for an extra hour after the show ended. James was excited and so was his crew. James said "The Tundra is a complete success and N-FAB's creation exceeded his already high expectations."
On the other side of the carpet resided N-FAB's newest show vehicle which is a 2010 Jeep Wrangler 4-Door JK. This vehicle brought the crowds in to see the newest of N-FAB products which were the all new RSP Bumper for the JK, and the new Light Bar for the JK. To add the 1000's of attendee's also got to see the N-FAB Rock-Rails with the detachable steps.
All together the show was a complete success for N-FAB and all of the vendors at the 4 Wheel Parts Truck Fest and from all of us we would like to say thanks for the success at Orlando and all of the venue's we visited this year.