Amazing time lapse video of the Ford booth at the SEMA Show
Written: December 08, 2011
by Andy Lilienthal

Warn Industries puts a lot of work into its SEMA Show booth, which was all-new this year. It takes about 10 people working five eight-hour days to set it up, and about 12 hours to tear it down. This, however, must be a drop in the bucket compared to Ford's massive SEMA Show booth.

This time-lapse video, shot on a RePlay XD1080 camera, shows the setup, the show, and the teardown in the Ford booth form the 2011 SEMA Show. It looks like it involves an army of workers, a fleet of cranes and forklifts, and a whole lot of elbow grease to get the monster booth setup and torn down. Although I don't know the exact time frame the video covers, you can be sure it was probably edited from more than a week, likely two weeks, of footage.

Each year the Ford booth is one of the largest at the show, and it spans nearly the entire width of the South Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's a great looking booth jammed with tricked-out cars and trucks, including several with WARN winches.

Ford's 2011 SEMA Booth time lapse - WARN Blog

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