Momentum Worldwide engaged SPEVCO to create an experiential sampling interaction to promote Coke Zero at music festivals and sporting events.More Info
SPEVCO designed and built a 53’ Rapid Deployment Vehicle (RDV) for the Dallas Cowboys to provide a more engaging mobile Hall-of-Fame and fan experience.More Info
The Snap-on mobile marketing trailers are traveling across the country with unique demonstrations, displays and the newest products for the Snap-on faithful.More Info
SPEVCO partnered up with Hollywood’s Productions for the design and build of two Under Armor vehicle displays that tour the U.S. promoting top of the line products.More Info
The Lincoln Tech Tour represents a new type of mobile engagement solution. They are designed to showcase the brand’s new technology featured in their vehicles.More Info
The U.S. Army Trailers took to the road to promote the benefits of being ARMY STRONG. The exhibits include a fitness area, video game and flight simulators.More Info
This one of a kind vehicle gives 11th and 12th grade students the opportunity to participate in an engaging and highly interactive mobile learning experience.More Info
In 1973, SPEVCO began operations restoring one-of-a-kind vintage automobiles. Over the last 42 years, it has evolved into a unique company pioneering the design, build, and operations of Special Event Vehicles around the country. Learn More
We understand it's difficult to know where to start on a special event vehicle. Our design team works with you, at no charge, to understand and get clarity about your mission. Together we explore the possibilities for making it unique and creating the platform you want.
Our team models your vehicle in virtual 3D. Every project detail is there for you to consider. This allows you to present realistic renderings and "video fly-throughs" to your stakeholders, which means everyone gets input on the project.
The Build is where your vision come to life. Your choice of finishes, graphics, branding, and the latest technology are combined with the finest American Craftsmanship in our custom fabrication facility.
Managing your operations is the most critical and risky component of your program - results matter. Tour managers assist in planning, and Operators handle over-the-road duty, set-up, and site maintenance. We guarantee your vehicle will be where you want it; how you want it, and when you want it.
Specialty Event Vehicles are workhorses. And like most super-cool machines, they need regular TLC. You want to entrust maintenance to people who will keep their promises and keep your workhorse ready to ride.
Nothing but net… Buick was an Official Partner of the NCAA Final Four and they wanted an experience that would cut through the noise, engage visitors, and showcase a whole new side of Buick. High-impact graphics, light-up backboards, LED shot clocks, and scoreboards came together to combine the joy of hoops with the tournament atmosphere. […]Learn More
Tire meets turf and transformation occurs: the stage is set for one of the most competitive events in the automotive world… Once each year in August, 200 of the most prized collector cars in the world roll onto what is often called the best finishing hole in golf—the famed 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf […]Learn More
While HARD Summer saw over 80,000 guests this past weekend, Mixmag and Smirnoff Sound Collective managed to provide an intimate setting for a select few DJ sets at their #SmirnoffHouse. The Smirnoff Sound Collective is all about bringing fans closer to the DJs, and that’s exactly how things went down during Mija’s set. […]Learn More
VIPs deserve the best in entertainment When your VIP steps up to this platform, they will find: A unique three level mobile hospitality platform Over 3,000 sq. ft. of entertainment Music. Big Screens. Soft seating. Sun. Shade. Cold drinks. 2 Full-service bars. Catering Space. A multitude of branding opportunities. From Tii Tharpe, President of […]Learn More
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