CONROE, TX (02.24.2020) – KICKER had an exciting booth at the Lone Star Throwdown (LST) for the fifth straight year. The show, billed by organizers as the “World’s Best Truck Show,” took place Feb. 21st-23rd at the Lone Star Expo Center in Conroe, Texas. KICKER was also a host sponsor of the event, which showcased 2,000 custom vehicles from around the country. KICKER arrived in the XRV (Xtreme Recreation Vehicle) big rig. The XRV is the brand’s rolling showroom, complete with a full line of KICKER audio gear as a hands-on display that consumers checked out up close.
In the pit area, under the XRV’s awning, KICKER had several show cars for people to see and hear. With more than 5,000 watts of bass and a half-dozen KICKER L7S square subwoofers, the KICKER Silverado was powered up and Livin’Loud for the weekend. The Silverado is a daily-driven show truck that tours the nation, thrilling bassheads and the “car-audio curious” across the country.
The HE Forged ’57 Chevy Sedan Delivery was in the booth, equipped with KICKER’s elite Q-Class line of product. Additionally, SEMA vehicle designer, Andrew Lowe brought the “Battlecat” – a tricked out Dodge Challenger featuring KICKER KX-Series Amplifiers and a CompRT shallow-mount subwoofer. John Jackson of NotStock Photography showcased his Mercedes-Benz Sprinter in the booth. Affectionately dubbed “HomeWrecker,” the Sprinter is equipped with KICKER all-weather loaded cans mounted on the roof. KICKER installer Tim Smith showed his custom ’94 Chevy C1500 loaded with an entire KICKER system.