Celebrity custom painters to appear with PPG at SEMA Show

Paul Stoll and Dave Perewitz

Charley Hutton
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio, Nov. 2, 2009 – Dave Perewitz, Charley Hutton and Paul Stoll – all talented painters in the world of custom cars and motorcycles – will demonstrate custom painting techniques using PPG Industries (NYSE:PPG) finishes at the upcoming SEMA Show in Las Vegas. They will join PPG in the West Coast Customs exhibit, booth #70025.

Perewitz and Hutton are renowned for their custom painting. Stoll is well-known to industry insiders as a PPG master instructor and a highly-respected painter. The three will appear in the West Coast Customs exhibit at a full-size paint booth featuring Vibrance Collection custom finishes and Envirobase High Performance waterborne coatings by PPG. They will conduct one-hour custom painting classes demonstrating the creative possibilities of the PPG paint lines. Perewitz and Hutton also will be available for autograph signings (see schedule below).

The paint booth is part of the West Coast Customs “Experience,” a series of live, master-level classes on welding, fabrication, interior, mobile electronics, car wrapping and other customizing-related topics exclusively for SEMA Show attendees.

Dave Perewitz is considered a living legend by hot rod, street rod and motorcycle enthusiasts. He is known for his one-of-a-kind, hand-built creations and stunning flame designs. He is a devotee of PPG paint and the force behind Perewitz Cycle Fabrication in Bridgewater, Mass. Perewitz gained national exposure when he competed on the Discovery Channel’s popular Biker Build-Off series. He recently applied his talent to street rod design, teaming with Factory Five Racing and Street Rodder magazine to build an orange FFR ’33 Hot Rod.

Charley Hutton is celebrated in the custom car world for his work on high-end street rods that has brought him two prestigious Ridler Awards, several Street Rod of the Year and Custom Rod of the Year awards and an America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award. Hutton also has attained television fame through the Discovery Channel’s American Hot Rod show, working with the late, legendary custom car builder Boyd Coddington, and on SPEED’s Hot Rod TV and The Learning Channel’s Overhaulin’. He recently opened Charley Hutton’s Color Studio in Nampa, Idaho, where he exclusively uses PPG Automotive Refinish products.

Hutton, Perewitz and Stoll will appear at SEMA Booth #70025 as follows:


Tuesday, Nov. 3:
9-10 a.m. Celebrity signing – Charley Hutton
1-2 p.m. PPG class – Custom Painting Wood Grain with Paul Stoll and Charley Hutton
4-5 p.m. Celebrity signing – Dave Perewitz

Wednesday, Nov. 4:
9-10 a.m. Celebrity signing – Dave Perewitz
1-2 p.m. PPG class – Custom Paint Flames with Paul Stoll and Dave Perewitz
4-5 p.m. Celebrity signing – Charley Hutton

Thursday, Nov. 5:
9-10 a.m. Celebrity signing – Charley Hutton
1-2 p.m. PPG class – Custom Painting Low-Rider Graphic with Paul Stoll and Charley Hutton
4-5 p.m. Celebrity signing – Dave Perewitz

Friday, Nov. 6:
9-10 a.m. Celebrity signing – Charley Hutton
1-2 p.m. PPG class – Custom Painting Airbrushing with Paul Stoll


The SEMA Show is the world’s premier automotive specialty products event and is open only to members of the industry. More than 100,000 participants from more than 100 countries are expected to attend.

For more information about PPG products, call 800/647-6050 or visit the PPG Automotive Refinish Web site at www.ppgrefinish.com.

About PPG
Pittsburgh-based PPG is a global supplier of paints, coatings, optical products, specialty materials, chemicals, glass and fiber glass. The company has more than 140 manufacturing facilities and equity affiliates and operates in more than 60 countries. Sales in 2008 were $15.8 billion. PPG shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol: PPG). For more information, visit www.ppg.com.

Envirobase and Vibrance Collection are trademarks of PPG Industries.




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