Diesel Tech Recognizes Titan Fuel Tanks Sidekick

December 2014 News Web Exclusive

At the SEMA Show 2014 in Las Vegas, Nev., Diesel Tech magazine presented five Show Stopper Awards intended to highlight, recognize and celebrate new products and innovation in aftermarket products.

Jeff Shirts, assistant editor of Diesel Tech magazine, presented the Show Stopper Award to James Patience for the Titan Fuel Tanks Sidekick. Patience is the new product development manager and helped develop the TITAN Sidekick that provides storage of up to 15 gallons of combustible or nonflammable liquids.

About Titan Fuel Tanks:

TITAN Fuel Tanks launched in 2003 to answer the frustration experienced by diesel truck owners, who, buying the latest and greatest diesel trucks found themselves spending too much time searching for the next diesel stop–and limited as to destination. For those towing trailers or traveling long distances, this meant frequent stops and buying fuel from the closest and oft-times high-dollar stations. For more information visit www.TitanFuelTanks.com.

About SEMA:

The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition, the SEMA Show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more.

SEMA Show 2014 drew more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers. The displays are segmented into 12 sections, and a New Products Showcase featured nearly 2,000 newly introduced parts, tools and components. For more information visit www.SEMAShow.com.

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