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PRESS INVITE: 6 Great Reasons to Visit Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels at the 2019 SEMA Show

See the company’s newest products & standout project vehicles in Lower South Hall booth #43035. 

STOW, OHIO – Oct.28, 2019 - Covering the annual 
is a huge job for the media, with more things to see than time to see them. Here are six reasons why media members will want to put a visit to the Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels booth #43035 in the Lower South Hall on their SEMA schedules this year: 

  • NEW Baja Pro XS product introduction 
  • Release of 15 new sizes in the Baja Boss tire lineup 
  • Mickey Thompson’s ’s 2020 Jeep Gladiator project truck 
  • 2019 F-150 Power Stroke build 
  • A 1955 Chevy Shoebox Hemi custom by Precision Designs 
  • Leah Pritchett’s Factory Stock class Dodge Challenger Drag Pak racer 
“The Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels booth #43035 will be the place to be at the 2019 SEMA Show, and we’re inviting media members to stop by and see what all the excitement is about,” said Ken Warner, VP of Marketing, Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels. “We’ll be introducing the new Baja Pro XS tire, showcasing our expanded Baja Boss lineup, and displaying some of the coolest project vehicles at the show.” 

The new Baja Pro XS is a street-legal, extreme mud tire available in sizes from 35-inch to a monster 58-inch application, making it one of the most aggressive truck tires in the company’s lineup. It will be joined by 15 new sizes of the Baja Boss, Mickey Thompson’s ultra-premium Extreme Mud Terrain radial tire featuring an asymmetric tread pattern and PowerPly XD™ 3-ply sidewall construction. 

The tires will be displayed next to impressive project vehicles that highlight the good looks and unmatched performance of the Mickey Thompson product line. 

A 2020 Jeep Gladiator sponsored by GenRight Off Road, Fabtech Suspension, Dirt Logic, OMF, sPOD, WARN, ARB, Bestop, RockSlide Engineering, MagnaFlow, K&N Filters, Artec Industries, Vision X Lighting, Factor 55, KICKER, Scosche, Power Tank, R1 Concepts, and Yukon Gear & Axle, with build contributors Rockstar Performance Garage, Duval Off-Road Designs, and X-Treme Toyz 

A 2019 Ford F-150 SuperCrew® Power Stroke® diesel pickup will include products and support from sponsors Ford Motor Co., Bulletproof Suspension, Atlas Spring, King Shocks, KC HiLiTES, Bushwacker, N-FAB, Go Rhino, AMP Research, PPG, OMF, aFe, Cervinis, sPOD, E&G Classics, Eibach, R1 Concepts, Yukon Gear & Axle, and custom paint and body by LGE-CTS Motorsports, with build contributors, Duval Off-Road Designs, X-Treme Toyz, and Bulletproof suspension. 

And a 1955 Chevy Shoebox Hemi by Precision Designs will highlight products from Ididit, Heidts Suspension, McCloud clutches, Ricks tanks, AccuAir, Holley EFI, Lokar, Unisteer, Wilwood, RideTech, BDS, Hilborn Fuel Injection, Billet Specialties, Performance Rod & Custom, Quick Time Performance, Richmond, Vintage Air, PPG, Intro Wheels, American Autowire, Aeromotive Fuel Systems and Mickey Thompson. 

Also on hand will be NHRA superstar Leah Pritchett’s Factory Stock class Dodge Challenger Drag Pak carrying a unique Mopar and Dodge/SRT “Angry Bee”-themed livery designed by motorsports lifestyle brand Hoonigan. 

As an added bonus, Pritchett and fellow Team M/T champion racers Brian Deegan, Hailie Deegan, Jimmy Fitzpatrick and Destin Cantrell will be at the booth from 11 a.m.-noon on Wednesday, Nov. 6, signing autographs. 

“We invite the media to stop by to learn more about these tremendous vehicles and meet with our knowledgeable staff, who can answer questions about the entire Mickey Thompson lineup,” Warner noted. “This year’s SEMA Show promises to be our most successful yet.” 

The 2019 SEMA Show will be held Nov. 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. For more information about Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels, visit www.mickeythompsontires.com

About Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels  
Max-Trac Tire Co., Inc., dba Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels, markets racing and high-performance tires and wheels for street, strip, truck, and off-road applications. The company was founded in 1963 by racing legend Mickey Thompson and is headquartered in Stow, Ohio, USA. For more information, visit www.mickeythompsontires.com. Connect on Facebook and Instagram.