SKF To Provide Product And Technical Support To Bogi For Chevy Montage Rebuild

SKF To Provide Product And Technical Support To Bogi For Chevy Montage Rebuild

The completed vehicle will be displayed at the 2017 SEMA Show.

SKF recently entered into a partnership with Bogi, from the popular TV series All Girls Garage, to provide product and technical support as she rebuilds a 1957 Chevy Montage. SKF will work with Bogi as she completes the rebuilt Chevy Montage scheduled to display at the 2017 SEMA Show.

“SKF is thrilled to partner with Bogi on this unique project build,” said Brian Jungmann, marketing communications manager, SKF. “As an experienced master technician and shop owner, Bogi has established herself as an industry leader and knowledgeable resource. We look forward to completing this build with her, as well as exploring future opportunities.”

Bogi will be completing the Chevy Montage project with a team of all females. Bogi’s Garage will be providing hands-on-training with women industry experts and building community among women to share and support their passion for working on cars. “I’m extremely excited about this project, as we are giving women the opportunity to explore specialty careers in the automotive industry,” said Bogi. “And I want to thank SKF for supporting me and the team during this build. SKF continues to be a strong supporter of women in the automotive industry.”

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