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Updated: Nov 10, 2022

Monument Tools Inc. President Tony Carcione (left) interacts with a long-time customer at the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Monument Tools Inc Photo/Carter Nacke)

Meetings, handshakes and smiling faces abounded at the Monument Tools Inc. booth in the Upper South Hall

(SAN JOSE, Calif.) Nov. 17, 2021 -- Monument Tools Inc. is celebrating what may have been its greatest SEMA Show to date after a move to the Upper South Hall.

“It was so amazing seeing the Las Vegas Convention Center filled once again for the 2021 SEMA Show,” Monument Tools Inc. President Tony Carcione said. “It may have been our first year with our new booth location, but we had plenty of customers -- new and old -- who stopped by to meet our team. The show was a total success!”

Monument Tools Inc.’s booth was the site of giveaways -- “We hope people are enjoying their hats and tools,” Carcione said -- and a black 2021 Jaguar F-Type that certainly caught the eyes of multiple attendees.

SEMA is also a place to conduct business and the handshakes were numerous at the Monument Tools Inc. booth.

“We had some really, really great meetings during the SEMA Show,” Carcione said. “While I can’t go into detail on all of them, we’re very optimistic that the connections we made this year will bring our business to the next level. We look forward to a lot of follow-up conversations.”

Monument Tools Inc. would like to extend a special level of gratitude to some of our longest customers who come by the booth year after year.

“These people are the backbone of Monument Tools Inc.,” Carcione said. “Our tools are engineered for life, so when we sell one, we have to come to terms with the fact that we may never see that person again. For our customers to take time out of their busy SEMA Show to simply stop by and say ‘Hi’ means more to me -- and our entire team -- than they could ever know.”

Carcione also wanted to express his thanks to SEMA, the Las Vegas Convention Center and all the show employees.

“I can’t imagine the complexities behind coordinating such a large event, so hats off to the folks at SEMA,” Carcione said. “As always, the Las Vegas Convention Center was a gracious host. I’d like to especially thank all the employees who worked the show; it’s a challenging assignment, especially in today’s COVID world.”


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