LAS VEGAS – There is no denying that Jack Roush is a very busy man, shuttling around the country for his activities with ROUSH Performance, Roush Fenway Racing, and ROUSH Industries. But as hectic as his schedule is during the week, it doesn’t compare to the whirlwind of activities that surrounded his two-day visit to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
During the roughly 48 hours he was there on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jack participated in the press launch of the P-51A Mustang, conducted 15 scheduled interviews with media from magazines, television and radio, signed hundreds of items at three separate autograph sessions, posed for countless photos, was involved in several business meetings, and even had time for dinner and a show with his family.
The photos below show only glimpse of what Jack was involved in at the SEMA Show.
Jack addresses the media during the press conference
Jack and his daughter Susan unveil the P-51A
The media eagerly get their first photos of the P-51A
Edsel Ford offers his congratulations
On the air at the XM Radio booth with Ed Justice, Jr., host of Road & Track Radio
Taping a segment for Car Crazy Central. Host Barry McGuire is joined by Jack, Susan and her husband Dale
Alan Taylor brought a camera crew to film a segment for a new TV show, Ultimate Rides to talk about the P-51A
Taking time for a photo with the Cooper Tire dealers who won a ROUSH Mustang in their national sales contest
Meeting fans at the AutoWeek booth
Jack is so busy that Claire B. Lang has to interview him for her XM Radio NASCAR racing program during an autograph session
Another autograph session, this time at the ROUSH exhibit
The Los Angeles NBC affiliate gets the inside scoop on the P-51A