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Attica 4×4 Open House 2023

Attica 4×4 Open House 2023

Attica 4×4 recently hosted an open house and met at their office in the City of Industry, CA that was a total blast! The event attracted overland and off-road enthusiasts from all over the Southland who checked out Attica 4×4’s new gear and also got a chance to show off their rigs.

Although the brand was launched at SEMA 2022, this open house was the first in-person public release of their new adventure products including lighting, bumpers, coolers and more. It gave an opportunity for the Attica 4×4 team to interact with the community, answering questions and listening to the needs of the people who actually use their products. 

The real highlight of the event was the off-road truck meet. Truck owners rolled up with their rides and showed off their mods and talked about their past and upcoming adventures. DJ Erok provided music for the event, which was hosted by Yota Joe and featured companies like Freedom Offroad, Xventures, Adventure Rigs, The Overland Culture, Tasty Block Snow Cones, and TrailWolves.

They also had raffles and a cornhole tournament, with free tacos served. The open house was a great opportunity for guests to learn more about Attica 4×4’s products and to network with other off-road enthusiasts. For more info, check out their new site at www.attica4x4.com and give them a follow @attica4x4


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