DEI Joins the Hot Rod Power Tour - Engine Builder Magazine

DEI Joins the Hot Rod Power Tour

Automotive heat and sound control products company Design Engineering, Inc. is doing its part to make sure the annual HOT ROD Power Tour features some of the most imaginative, inspiring and just plain cool cars around.

Along the Power Tour, the DEI booth will play host to vehicles provided by Boris Maryanovsky and his shop, Street Machinery, as well as Sally’s Speed Shop and Chris Hamilton and his Project Rocky. The tour runs June 13-17 through the backroads of Tennessee, Alabama, Florida and Georgia.

“Visitors to any and all stops of the Power Tour are invited to come by the DEI booth to learn more about our performance heat and sound control products,” said Steve Garrett, Creative Director of DEI. “We’ll have great vehicles on display at every stop, plus a few other surprises!”

The 28th Annual HOT ROD Power Tour Presented by eBay Motors Driven by Continental Tire is returning to its traditional early summer running time for 2022. The world’s largest traveling car show will make a 1,000-mile journey through the small towns of the American South.

The Tour stops each afternoon, allowing vendors to welcome interested participants and spectators. Make plans to visit DEI’s booth each day:

  • June 13 – Liberty Park, Memphis, Tennessee
  • June 14 – Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, Tennessee
  • June 15 – Hoover Met Complex, Hoover, Alabama
  • June 16 – Pensacola Fairgrounds, Pensacola, Florida
  • June 17 – Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia

For more information about DEI’s complete line of performance heat and sound control products, visit designengineering.com.

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