Custom Sounds' Texas Heat Wave Part 2

Tom Comenole (R) and Randall Edwards in the Metra booth beside an unbelievable installation in a RX8.
Phil Hughes (L) SMS joins Barry Vogel (C) in the MTX booth with Joe Trentacoste.
Loren Fredieu in the AudioForms ATV that wow’ed the HeatWave crowd.
Chuck McLennan was busy on several fronts at Heat Wave - here in the Hertz Audison booth on the Custom Sounds Expo and Sale floor.
Custom Sounds’ Mike Cofield (R) and Rockford Fosgate’s Dan McLeod flank one of the regular customers that travels many miles each year to pick up deals at the Expo and Sale.
Marketing Professional’s George Reed, Aka “Doc Thunder”, with some serious SoundStream bling around his neck.
Jimmy Bradfield (R) is new onboard with Marketing Professionals. Custom Sounds sales staffer Matt Keaton is on the left.
Chase Hatcher (L) Eagle Distributors and Nathan Stotts - a key Sony advocate based in Florida outside portion of the Sony booth at Heat Wave.
Team Sony Mobile pause for a photo op in front of the company’s massive booth.
Shane Russell says ‘I Love the Texas Heat Wave this much”.
Audiobahn’s Vince Lombard pictured with one of the new Audiobahn shallow mount subs - that really performs.
John Linn in the Memphis Car Audio booth with his new Mustang Boss 302 - his road car. Look for a rockin Memphis system to be installed.
Vinnie De Stefano (L) and Jason Hannon powered the PowerBass booth in the cool of indoors at Heat Wave.
This smoker will certainly cook some great tasting ribs.
The crowd was like this for much of the day Saturday and Sunday.
Eric Harbour working the Kinetik booth with the lovely Jenny at his side. Jenny is holding the battery?
Jason Hudnal and members of the Atrend team made the trip from Chicago to exhibit at the Texas heat Wave.
Doug Parks was in the N-Fab booth. They created the Jeep in the PowerBass booth.
Al Suggs Jr (L) discusses track conditions with Chuck McLennan before his Sony Mobile sponsored dragster made 2 passes down the short strip.
Roland, Grizz and Pete (L to R) say hello to the 12volt industry from under the SoundStream tent.

AUSTIN, TX  (07.26.11) – The Texas Heat Wave, presented by Austin based 12volt retailer Custom Sounds, is in an elite group of very successful, large annual automotive based events in the US.

“2011 marked the 22nd annual Texas Heat Wave. There were right at 2,000 vehicles registered and on site for our various contests and activities. Attendance this year was strong as spectators braved the extremely hot temperatures” event promoter David MacDonald related to 12voltnews.com.

The Texas Heat Wave assembles an exceptionally wide variety of entertainment and elements that appeal to automotive enthusiasts – music of all genres, hot vehicles, hot installations, competitions and of course gorgeous young ladies at every booth.

Custom Sounds’ Mike Cofield told 12voltnews.com on site “This event generates a lot of visibility in the marketplace and surrounding area for our stores. Over the last several years it has produced big sales numbers. Our staff works extra hard to assure success every year. We thank our vendor partners for their support.”

Continuing Cofield stated “This year was pretty special as we were able to introduce the OnStar FMV and Pioneer’s new AppRadio to consumers in the Austin market. For the first time the Rockford Sound Lab was on site and made a large impact with those in our expo. The launch of the iRoc system from Jackson Electronics, an Austin based company, was especially satisfying for us.”

Next stop for the Heat Wave is Corpus Christi. Make your plans now to attend.

For more info please visit http://heatwaveshow.com/.