Another Davison hit at AAPEX / SEMA!

Davison-designed products and packaging turned thousands of heads at this year’s AAPEX / SEMA Show in Las Vegas last week. One in particular, the Wireless Turn Signal Mirrors, which Davison designed for CIPA, was a huge hit at its debut at the show. The product should be shipping to retailers next month!

“They’ve gotten a great response from every retailer they showed the product to,” said Davison’s Vice President of Licensing. “Everyone is pumped up about that. It was very, very well received, as was the RV Leveler.”

SEMA is an automotive specialty trade products convention that attracts more than 100,000 leaders in the automotive industry. AAPEX is the world’s largest business-to-business event for the $295 billion automotive aftermarket industry. The Davison standout last year was the prototype of the RV Leveler. This year, we had production units of the innovative leveling device at the show, which ran Nov. 4-7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

In addition to our partners at CIPA, the VP met with representatives of 19 companies, in an effort to expand existing relationships or create new ones by explaining Davison’s products and services. Brand new or strengthened corporate relationships are sure to follow as a result.

“When you look at the list of the new people I met with, it’s huge.”

The Wireless Turn Signal Mirrors features two convex mirrors with embedded electronics. The adhesive-backed mirrors attach to the side mirrors of a vehicle to provide a view of blind spots and enhance turning safety. As a turn signal is activated, an illuminated arrow flashes on the appropriate mirror – without connecting wires from the mirrors to the vehicle’s electronics.

This corporate product was invented and licensed by Davison for its own benefit.