Performance and accessories distributor Keystone Automotive Operations is holding the first of its two trade shows this weekend. Being held in Secaucus, N.J. at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, the event is held February 25 and 26, and is open to the trade only. The organization also holds an event in Kansas City, Missouri March 25 and 26. At the New Jersey event, dubbed “The Big Show,” notables will be on hand for visitors. Alex Pico from West Coast Customs will sign autographs and introduce 2006 West Coast Customs car audio amplifiers, speakers and subwoofers at the Directed Electronics booth. Boyd Coddington’s work in the wheel and hot rod industry is legendary in scope and global in reach. Boyd is a no-compromises type of guy, a characteristic showcased on his weekly TV show “American Hotrod” on the Discovery Channel. He will be hosted by MagnaFlow. Vic Edelbrock Jr., a legend in the automotive aftermarket, will be appearing in the Edelbrock/Russell booth all show weekend. In addition, there will be some considerable prizes to be had, including the grand prize store refit, courtesy Naythons Display. The value of this prize is $10,000 (US) worth of fixtures and design help. Visitors are invited to see the model store Naythons Display will feature at this year’s show and get some ideas. Saturday visitors will also be treated to a first class dinner at Uncle Jack’s Steak House to one lucky customer in New York City! After the show closes, the winner will be driven to the restaurant in a Hummer Limousine. For more information, visit keystonebigshow.com.