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RECAP: 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show

Philadelphia Auto Show

Our 2013 DUB Show Tour kicked off during the Philadelphia Auto Show back in January. From Saturday, Jan. 19 through Sunday, Jan. 27, our show within a show was held at the Philadelphia Convention Center and provided thousands of attendees a unique look at some of the wildest customs the region has to offer.

This year’s show opened with a bang, thanks to record breaking attendance for our first day there. The Harley-Davidson booth was packed from opening to close, as was everyone’s all-time favorite, Monster Energy’s booth. We’re thinking it had to be all the free samples of the new DUB Edition Monster flavors that were passed out or maybe the lovely Monster Energy Girls and Harley-Davidson girls?

Car Effex brought out some of Philly’s best cars from Eagles players such as Michael Vick, Trent Cole, Jason Babin and Jeremy Maclin, as well as 76ers player Thaddeus Young’s Nissan Armada. Imagine Audio had some of the hardest hitting cars in the show, and brought out Eagles player Mike Paterson’s tricked-out Denali. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Philly show without the Killer Kreations crew showing off their latest masterpieces.

Street Dreamz from Maryland made the drive out to the show to display some sick whips that sat nice and pretty with our 2013 DUB Edition Toyota Avalon in the DUB Garage booth. And when it comes to Ford Mustangs, the specialists at Evolution Performance came out with some beastly Mustangs that were pushing some major horsepower. The audio experts at Sounds of Tri-State showed a huge collection of custom cars and also featured Pioneer’s Mixtrax Toyota Sienna as well.

We’d like to give a huge thank you shout out to all our sponsors for the show, including: Monster Energy, Harley-Davidson, UFC, “The DUB Magazine Project,” “DUB Latino” mun2, TIS, Dropstars, Monster Energy Edition Off-Road Wheels, DUB Garage, MOTIV and Gear.

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