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FMX: Big Air Bash at The Palms Las Vegas

Big Air Bash

Makita joins a crowd of custom car enthusiasts, freestyle motocross fanatics, and more at The Palms Casino in Las Vegas for Kicker Audio’s Ninth Annual Big Air Bash at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 3, 2010.

Big Air Bash IX includes a Freestyle Motocross Show, live DJ’s, and an array of custom cars on display. The event will also feature an RC Car Freestyle Show, a Quad Freestyle Show, performances by Big Deuce and Recycled Percussion, and a mini moto with famous athletes battling for bragging rights.

"Kicker’s ‘Livin’ Loud’ lifestyle definitely registers with Makita’s high-energy audience," said Brent Withey, Makita’s director of marketing.

"The Big Air Bash at SEMA is an excellent way for us to engage serious tool users, so we’re stoked to return to this event."

Rockstar Makita LeDuc Racing will return to the event with Makita. Curt, Kyle and Todd LeDuc, a top team in short course off-road racing, will be at the Makita Experience More trailer where fans can get autographs and take a closer look at the LeDuc’s 900HP race trucks.

Makita joins Oakley, Toyota, Rockstar Energy Drink, Team Associated, General Tire, Air Lift, and Bullet Liner as co-sponsors of the annual Kicker event, which takes place during the SEMA automotive trade show, the auto aftermarket’s largest annual event.

Makita’s presence at the event will be highlighted by its newly refreshed 53-foot Experience More trailer.

Makita’s Experience More is an interactive tool display on wheels, delivering a dynamic hands-on experience with tool demo stations, engineering exhibits, touch screen displays with interactive video, and plasma screens throughout the trailer with high-energy video and audio footage.

The trailer is fully stocked with the Makita’s latest industrial quality power tools, including the complete LXT Series of cordless tools featuring Makita’s breakthrough Lithium-Ion battery technology.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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