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Free Exhibitor Service: Spread the Word to Editors, Reporters

Exhibitors have a valuable opportunity to generate excitement for their participation in the 2014 SEMA Show through the Online Media Center. As the Show gets closer, reporters routinely search for updates from SEMA Show exhibitors. News regarding new products, changes to signature lines, booth demonstrations, project-vehicle reveals and celebrity appearances are a few examples of the Show-related news circulating prior to the event. There is no charge to submit a release, and the information will appear online for all reporters to access. In addition to outside media, SEMA’s own publications staff uses the news in...
  
  
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SEMA Heritage: Dean Jeffries

Dean Jeffries, custom car painter, striper and builder, died in his sleep in early May. He was 80 years old. Jeffries was among the most talented of the men who shaped car culture in the ’50s and ’60s, though his profile was somewhat lower than that of George Barris, Ed Roth or Ken “Von Dutch” Howard.

Update Your SEMA Show Directory Listing

The SEMA Show Directory is one of the key resources that buyers use to locate exhibitors in the Las Vegas Hotel and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Update Your SEMA Show Directory Listing

The SEMA Show Directory is one of the key resources that buyers use to locate exhibitors in the Las Vegas Hotel and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Update Your SEMA Show Directory Listing Here

The SEMA Show Directory is one of the key resources that buyers use to locate exhibitors in the Las Vegas Hotel and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

SEMA Show Daily—Reach Your Market at the Show

The SEMA Show Daily, the official newspaper of the SEMA Show, delivers the latest updates and news from SEMA Show floor.

Retailer Toolbox: Instruments to Adapt and Evolve in Today's Retail Environment

Here’s the big news: The SEMA Data Co-op is currently building SEMA Search, an online product look-up tool powered by the SDC product information library.

YouTube's Redesign: Tips to Make Your Site Look Great on All Devices

Businesses looking for a quick fix to the increasingly vexing challenge of getting their web presence to look good on all screen sizes—including smartphones, tablets and desktop PCs—may want to turn to YouTube.

Coming Up in SEMA News’ October Issue

SEMA News is the monthly magazine published by SEMA that reaches more than 18,000 key automotive specialty-equipment businesses.
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