At a glance, the parking lot at the RaceDeck offices and manufacturing facility on Wednesday night looked like a car show.
An ELITE car show. The Salt Lake City lot was overflowing with custom hot rods, vintage pick-up trucks, and some clearly VERY fast muscle cars. What was this rad event, you ask? The kickoff to the much anticipated, SOLD OUT, 2018 GoodGuys Rod and Custom Association’s Hall of Fame Road Tour! The 2018 tour, featuring 75 vintage vehicles and 150+ participants, will travel 3,000 miles from Utah to Texas. RaceDeck, a longtime sponsor and preferred flooring of the Goodguys, was ecstatic to be chosen as the first stop of the tour.
“Everyone at RaceDeck is honored to be chosen as the kick-off location of this year’s Hall Of Fame Tour for GoodGuys. The enthusiasts at GoodGuys build and own some the highest quality rides in the world. You will find that the same American Made quality and pride goes into every RaceDeck floor we sell, which is why we are the preferred garage flooring of the GoodGuys members.” – Jorgen Moller, CEO RaceDeck
The RaceDeck kickoff event included mingling, dinner, and facility tours showcasing the making of the top-of-the-line garage flooring used by many members of the Goodguys Rod and Custom association.
RaceDeck staff members, frequent attendees of several of the GoodGuys car shows throughout the year, were on hand to answer questions, direct traffic, and chat about the custom paint jobs and upgrades seen on many of the cars. As the Hall of Fame Tour guests saw, RaceDeck Garage Floors are 100% USA made – manufactured on site in Salt Lake City – a fact not unnoticed by the Goodguys members and staff.
“RaceDeck has been a great partner of ours over the years. Their products are made right here in this building. They are all-American, hot-rods are all-American, and of course Goodguys are all-American. We’re grateful to RaceDeck for hosting us tonight!” – John Drummond, Goodguys Communications Director
The KickOff party thrown by RaceDeck is just the beginning for the 2018 Hall of Fame Tour that, due to the event capacity cap, had to turn away hundreds of other members who wished to join. The next stop will be a visit to Kindig-It Design, another Utah local shop currently starring in the popular Velocity TV series “Bitchin’ Rides.” Shop owner and creative mind Dave Kindig is no stranger to the rad rides of the Goodguys Crew. Many of the vintage rods he and his crew have worked on, and many take top prizes at the various shows. Other tour stops along the way include: Yellowstone National Park, Mt. Rushmore, Dennis Albaughs and Jason Ayers collections, and the Branson Scenic Railway.
RaceDeck is proud to be the preferred flooring of the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association and wishes them safe travels for the remainder of the tour.