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ClassicCars.com, SEMA pair to release automotive events app


Created through a partnership between the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and ClassicCars.com, the new MOTORin’ app is a car and truck event finder designed to make it easy for auto enthusiasts to find events by date, location or categories, and to help event organizers reach more users.

The free app, which is available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, includes hundreds of events ranging from car shows, auto auctions, drifting or race competitions with more being added daily.

“The automotive community thrives by making connections, and there are few places better to do that at than a car event,” said ClassicCars.com President and CEO Roger Falcione. “The MOTORin’ app offers a convenient way for collectors and enthusiasts to promote and discover relevant automotive events in their backyard or across the country. It was a pleasure to work with SEMA to develop the app.”

To submit an event, organizers can create an account by downloading the app. Once registered, they will be able to submit events, along with details, a photo and a link to purchase tickets if desired.

Visitors will automatically obtain a list of upcoming events local to them when they access MOTORin’ but can also search for events by date, location, distance, keywords or event category.

“SEMA is committed to building programs and platforms that help the automotive industry flourish,” said SEMA Chairman of the Board Wade Kawasaki. “Organizers are invited and encouraged to submit their events so they don’t miss out on this opportunity to reach MOTORin’ users.”

While events can also be searched online, the mobile app is designed to target a younger audience that is on the move.

For more information or to begin posting events to MOTORin’, download the app from the App Store or Google Play or visit motorin.com.



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