'Lund International Truck & Jeep Show' premiers on Oct. 1

(September 25, 2017) BUFORD, Ga. — Covering all the fun facets of truck and Jeep ownership, the “Lund International Truck & Jeep Show” will debut on Sunday, Oct.1, at 8 a.m. Eastern time on Velocity.  Hosted by truck and Jeep builder, NOPI championship racer and “Fast and Furious” car builder Sam Mahdavi, the new series will cover popular enthusiast events, road trips, product installs and “how-to’s" for the off-road, street truck and heavy-duty enthusiast.

The premiere episode will take viewers to Sevierville, Tenn., for the “Jeeps & Peeps” show, a popular gathering of female Jeep enthusiasts who show off their rides and browse the massive selection of parts and accessories on display.

Subsequent episodes will visit the “Walcott Truckers Jamboree,” the “HOT ROD Power Tour,” and the “Great Smoky Mountain Jeep Invasion. “

The new series will also feature installations and applications of Lund International products. It will serve as a rich and insightful resource, with perspectives from the people who designed and built the parts and accessories that are so popular with truck and Jeep enthusiasts. Further, the new program will offer viewers a unique look at how Lund International products provide practical solutions to common challenges, such as easily getting a family into a pickup, or improving access to the truck bed.

 “The ‘Lund International Truck & Jeep Show’ will take viewers on an incredible journey," said Lund International Chief Executive Officer Mitch Fogle. "They will learn about and experience the truck and Jeep lifestyle, see awe-inspiring truck and Jeep shows and events around our great country, and they’ll also see exciting products in use and how they help address common everyday problems, along with how easy most are to install."

With Lund International's rich and long-standing history in the truck and Jeep aftermarket, and as a premier designer and U.S.-based manufacturer of innovative accessories for trucks and Jeeps of all classes, the employer of over 1,000 American workers is excited to connect with fans and enthusiasts through this new program.