GPK Auctions Welcomes First East Coast SEMA Event

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In February 2022, the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) head to the Atlantic City Auction & Car Show.

GPK Auctions is excited to welcome Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) to the Atlantic City Auction & Car Show which will take place at the Atlantic City Convention Center, February 10th – 12th, 2022!

GPK Auctions and SEMA/HRIA have teamed up to create a powerhouse event in Atlantic City! This notable partnership will emerge with the upcoming 2022 Atlantic City Auction & Car Show at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

The 2022 event will represent a “preview” of the changes on the horizon. The SEMA/HRIA footprint will begin as the Title Sponsor of the Deuce’s Wild Custom Build Competition featuring the “SEMA/HRIA – Best Build of the Show” Grand Prize Award of $15,000

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Geely Holding Welcomes New Investors in Volvo Cars

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2021 October 29, Hangzhou. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (Geely Holding), China’s largest private-owned automotive group, today welcomed new equity investors to Volvo Cars following the completion of an initial public offering on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange valuing the Swedish premium automotive group at SEK 158 billion.

Geely Holding, which acquired Volvo Cars in 2010, has overseen a significant increase in the value of its Scandinavian subsidiary in a decade which has seen the automaker expand its manufacturing footprint to include plants in China and the US, achieve record volume sale and to embark of a transition strategy to full electrification.

Eric Li, Founder and Chair of both Geely Holding and Volvo Cars, said: “We are proud of the success achieved by Volvo Cars, which has flourished as part of Geely Holding Group to become the fastest transformer in the global premium segment. By delivering on this strategy as a newly

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Petersen Automotive Museum welcomes back car enthusiasts for 1st time in months

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Car enthusiasts, rejoice. The Petersen Automotive Museum on Thursday welcomed back guests after being shut down for months.

Those who are looking to visit will be required to have a reservation in advance as the museum can only operate at 25% capacity. Admission is free for first responders and health care workers through the year.

The museum will also have several safety protocols in place, including a face mask requirement and sanitation stations throughout the venue. Guests will also be offered a stylus, which can be used on things like elevator buttons, to enhance a touchless experience.

Operations manager Lincoln Ramirez told Eyewitness News the museum is excited to be able to open its doors and show off four new exhibits.

The museum actually reopened last June, but that didn’t last long due to changing state and local COVID-19 restrictions. It had to close 14

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