Air Armor M240 Portable 12-Volt Air Compressor Kit and the Air Armor Team at the Overland Expo 2015

June 03, 2015

May 15-17, 2015 - Mormon Lake, AZ

The Air Armor team saddled up and headed out to Mormon Lake for the Outland Expo 2015. Little did we know the wild weather we were in store for. Rain, sleet, snow and temperatures to match were a constant cycle for most of the weekend. Of course, we know our customers won't be stopped by a bit of inclement weather and neither will we. It was a real pleasure to meet and converse with so many hardcore outdoors men and women over the weekend. We give a big salute to those especially hardy individuals who chose to camp out in their tents the whole weekend.

Here's a few folks on the first day when things were at the wet and worst:

This was my first trade show and I have to say it was a blast showing off such a great product as the Air Armor M240 Portable 12-Volt Air Compressor Kit. Thanks to everyone that came out and took part in the show. Plenty of folks walked away with a brand new Air Armor M240 of their own. Our sales rep and veteran of the road Teresa was present as well and happy as ever to be out slogging in the mud with the team:

The Sun finally decided to show us its face on the last day of the show. With things drying up, we moved the display out of the miniature swamp to give people a break from the mud. Seen below is John (left), the Air Armor M240 Air Compressor's designer and Earl (right) the author of this blog and Air Armor's customer service rep:

Our first trade show for the Air Armor M240 Portable 12-Volt Air Compressor Kit went well despite the sky's attempts to banish us from the field. You can be sure to see us out and about again, so keep an eye on our website or follow us on Google+ to let us know what you think and stay up to date on coming events:

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