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This year we tried to kick the booth up a notch. We had a 20' display with an 18 foot printed banner featuring pictures of my concept Trans Am, the magazines my artwork was featured in, and pictures of the special people I have met along the way. The 1 of 1 Concept Trans Am Remote Control car was on display built by Tyler Hambrick of smokey and the bandit That sure got alot of attention!

We had a great time visiting with some old friends as well as making some new ones! Once again it was Beyond A Dream being set up at the Nats. To hear such comments as "I am a huge fan" and "It is an honor to meet you" is just an incredible feeling. It really makes all of my time and effort worth while. My fans and this project mean so very much to me! THANK YOU!

The show field was filled with beautiful Trans Ams from 1969 - 2002. It would be hard to pick a winner that is for sure. There were vendors setup with new and used parts for sale. Restore A Muscle Car had a Burt Reynolds Edition Trans Am "Ban III" on display as well as his custom "platinum" 1977 Trans am. This year the platinum was sporting 19" and 20" snowflake wheels made by US Wheel. It was nice to see Dave Hall & the gang again.

Thanks to everyone who supported us by purchasing our concept T/A merchandise! A VERY special Thank You to Sue from The Trans Am Nationals for the opportunity to design the 2008 Merchandise...To see my artwork all over the Nationals was incredible. People seemed to really like those blue shirts! A special thanks to Tod, Scott and Scott from The Trans Am Depot for the Banner Sponsor. Thanks to Kevin from Screamin Chicken Chasers for the banner & flyers to display. It was also great being able to catch up with a lot of my friends from Trans Am Country. And last but not least thank you to Mike & Elena from Southwest FBody Association for lending a hand with the booth setup.

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Kevin Morgan - Graphic Designer