CNBC’S “THE CAR CHASERS” AT SEMA AUTO SHOW NOVEMBER 5-8

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CNBC’S “THE CAR CHASERS” AT SEMA AUTO SHOW
NOVEMBER 5-8

** APPEARANCES BY CAST MEMBERS JEFF ALLEN, MEGGAN BAILEY AND ERIC ABLES **

WHAT: “The Car Chasers” are making an appearance at this year’s SEMA Auto Show with a 1965 Fastback Mustang in tow that visitors and viewers can enter to win. Attendees can stop by “The Car Chasers” booth to meet the crew, enter the contest, get an autograph/photo or interview the cast about season two.

Currently in the second season on CNBC, the weekly half-hour reality series follows the crew from “Flat 12” in Lubbock, Texas as they scour the country hunting for American muscle cars, classic hot rods and even the occasional Ferrari. “The Car Chasers” goal is simple: buy low, sell high, and maintain a steady flow of cars, customers and cash. “The Car Chasers” airs on Tuesday nights at 10:00pm and 10:30pm ET/PT on CNBC.

And don’t miss the chance to drive away with an American classic—visitors to “The Car Chasers” booth can obtain the answer to an on-site question and enter to win a 1965 Fastback Mustang at cnbc.com/car-sweepstakes

The winner will be announced during “The Car Chasers” season two finale on Tuesday, December 10 at 10:30PM ET/PT on CNBC.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 5 to Friday, November 8; autograph signings: 3:00 – 4:00 PM at booth #30292; additional interviews/times available upon request

WHO: Jeff Allen, the owner of Flat 12 Gallery in Lubbock, Texas. Jeff is all about strategy; buying low and selling high is the name of his game. Jeff treats every deal as a battle, and when he goes head to head with an equal adversary, the negotiation becomes a true chess match.

Not only has Meggan Bailey been Jeff’s partner since high school, but she’s also been his longstanding financial advisor, instructing him on what cars to buy and what to sell. A major factor in the company’s success, Meggan’s attitude and strategy keeps the team working at maximum efficiency.

Eric Ables knows what he’s talking about when it comes to the inner workings of a car. The mad scientist has been known to tinker and research for days at a time on a car, until he comes up with a new and innovative way to solve a problem-- making more money for the shop.

WHERE: CNBC Booth: 30292, SEMA Auto Show, Las Vegas Convention Center / 3150 Paradise Road
Exhibitor Map: http://www.expocadweb.com/sema13/ec/forms/attendee/indexTab.aspx

CONTACT:
Beth Goldman Erin Mahon
Beth.Goldman@nbcuni.com erinm@ferencomm.com
201.563.3983 (c) 212.983.9898