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A monumental event like the New York Autoshow is the place to be in NYC in May. No doubt the most significant North American event besides S.E.M.A. regarding automobiles all year! But this event is not only of interest to car enthusiasts, not by a long shot! This event has captivated a broad audience in almost all New Yorkers. Young, old, big or small, men or women they all catch the car fever during the show's running. In a place where owning a car is luxury, the roads are terrible and the weather conditions are far away from the likes of California or Florida, this show is a true escape, a chance to gaze and check out the hottest cars of today and the future.

So, with hundreds of companies showing their newest and brightest, it's not a place you walk into just like that and say, hey we're here! No, it's a bit more complicated than that! With that in mind, we at D2Forged are glad to have participated in an event like this, with grand production, and some very important partners, two years in a row. Getting the green light for showing your goods and services in a show like this, is not easy.

We decided to do an "in house" interview where we sat with our company president Derrick Williams to get some inside information on what really goes on when creating a show appearance and attending a show of this caliber! We'll get this started with a few things about preparation, what the NY Autoshow means to D2Forged as a company, the story behind the MAC partnership, and what impact the show preparation had on normal business during those days.

You can find the whole article, more photos and media on our blog - The D2Life!

http://thed2life.com/automotive/behind-the-scenes-with-d2-at-the-2011-ny-autoshow-dub-show/


















 

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Long? Questions were short, your answers were long. I really don't know who's to blame! But jokes aside, now everyone has an inside view of what it really takes to pull something like this off. Lot of work, rain or shine.
 
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