STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (Sept. 19, 2016) — Bartec USA L.L.C. has arranged for Giuliano Zuccato, a clay design modeler who helped to craft the original 1964 Ford Mustang, to be available for autographs Nov. 1 and 2 at its booths at the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Automotive Aftermarket Parts Exposition (AAPEX) shows in Las Vegas.
During his time at the events, Mr. Zuccato will share stories and anecdotes about his career, autograph color photos, take photos with fans and sign Mustang memorabilia guests bring. Bartec said.
“As a Mustang enthusiast myself, I jumped at the opportunity to have such an interesting and inspirational figure help promote our efforts at AAPEX,” Bartec CEO Scot Holloway said. “Now I have to decide which part of my Mustang GT that Giuliano is going to sign.”
Mr. Zuccato will available to meet with visitors beginning at 10 a.m. both days. He will be at Bartec's SEMA booth, No. 40047, on Nov. 1 and at the company's AAPEX booth, No. 1073, on Nov. 2.
This marks the 11th year that Bartec has participated in the SEMA/AAPEX shows. The company's new and existing products will be on display at both exhibitions, according to Bartec, which produces diagnostics and service equipment for tire pressure monitoring systems.