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W.Va. Senator Maynard: ALL OUT Live takes the Shell Stage at SEMA

Plan would bring racing to streets of West Virginia

Release from W.Va. Senator Mark Maynard

LAS VEGAS, Nevada — The Shell stage is where the action is during the annual SEMA show that occurs in Las Vegas. This year was no different, from live bands to celebrities that are interviewed in a talk show type format, it kept the fans entertained all week. The SEMA show represents the world of aftermarket upgrades in the automotive industry, and is one of the largest trade shows that occurs in Vegas.

Senator Mark Maynard

Brian Bossone,(Boss One Media inc.) one of the original cast members of the famous TV show “PINKS” was on stage with Senator Mark R. Maynard discussing their new collaboration taking his new show “All Out Live ” to the streets of WV!

Sounds a little risky at first, but during the regular legislative session of 2016, Senator Maynard introduced Senate Bill 686 that allowed a sanctioning body to concur with the local government and the WV Department of Highway making it legal to hold an organized race on a public road, of course with closure and safety precautions to be approved by local government and the Department of Highways.

Bossone and the Senator made the official announcement on the stage the last day of SEMA. Venues are currently being discussed and plans are to have an event in September of 2020.

Senator Maynard was promoter and organizer of a heads-up “fastest street car shootout” for more than 5 years at two WV tracks.

Senator Maynard said, “It kept individuals from racing illegally on the street and served a good purpose, just like this series will do. It will use our current resources in the state, bring economic value, and keep everyone much safer than the illegal venues that occur, but it will still give that feeling of the street.”

Senator Maynard said he and Bossone have a couple sites selected, but for municipalities or counties that are interested in bringing this economic boom to your area, contact Senator Mark R.Maynard at

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