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USACi World Finals – Number 25

The convention center was packed full in this 2010 file photo.

That’s right. Number 25! USACi has set a September 24th and 25th date in Shreveport LA to host the 25th Annual USACi World Finals.

“The Shreveport Convention Center venue is one of the best in the US. We are very pleased to return to Shreveport to host our USACi World Finals”  Ralph Randall, USACi president related to 12voltnews.com.

"See you in Shreveport September 24th and 25th." USACi's Ralph Randall

In a major announcement the Texas Heat Wave Truck and Car Show will be an added as a headlining event at the USACi World Finals. USACi and Texas Heat Wave have a long history or working together – notably at the recent Custom Sounds Texas Heat Wave in Austin and SpringBreak Jam in South Padre Island.

"Looking forward to seeing you at the Heat Wave Truck and Car Show during the USACi World Finals in Shreveport." David MacDonald

“Texas Heat Wave and USACi coming together in Shreveport could create one of the largest 12volt events of all time” Jenissa Lillard, USACi Finals director stated.

David MacDonald, Texas Heat Wave president, told 12voltnews.com “We are excited about producing a Heat Wave Truck and Car show in conjunction with the USACi World Finals. This will be the first Heat Wave event outside Texas. We will be promoting the event through all our social media channels and contacts. We anticipate a large turnout for the Heat Wave Truck and Car Show.”

The 300,000 square foot convention center in Shreveport, LA will be the site of the USCAi World Finals.

Shreveport’s 300,000 sq ft convention center is located in downtown Shreveport and adjoins the Hilton Hotel. Restaurants, clubs and riverboat casinos are within easy walking distance.

“We were so impressed with the friendliness and hospitality everyone in Shreveport showed us last year. One of our very first organizational meetings was in Shreveport and that makes the city feel close to home. This event is for USACi competitors to shine. We think the competition will be strong and expect a large turnout of spectators” Randall concluded.