It's that time of the year again!

It's that time of the year again!




It seems like just yesterday we were talking about the 2014 SEMA show and here we are again at the Las Vegas Convention Center getting ready for the 2015 SEMA Show. This, as with many other companies, is our biggest show of the year and something we plans months in advance for.

As a leader in the aftermarket industry we always try to bring you something new every year. Being innovative and thinking outside the box has got us to where we are today and something we take pride in. For example, last year it was the ADD Phoenix kits for the brand new 2015 Ford F-150 and our new Honey Badger product line with patent lockable storage which hit the market by storm. This year we are bringing you a whole new product line for the brand new 2015 Chevy Colorado and a Chris Kyle signature edition ADD Jeep and more. And that is just in our booth, this year we will have over 25 Trucks, Jeeps, and SUV's that will have ADD product on them. To find out more head on our over to SEMA 2015 page which we will be updating on a daily basis from pictures of all the builds, specs, videos, and more.




Be sure to tag us #addoffroad @addoffroad when you're wandering through all the halls November 3rd - November 6th!

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