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SEMA Show Tip of the Week: More Than 70 Education Seminars Available for Free

The 2010 SEMA Show's Education Days feature a wealth of educational seminars and workshops designed to enhance the operations of today's specialty-equipment business, regardless of size. Topics range from increasing sales, digital marketing and creating more return customers to data standards, financial tips  and industry trends and forecasts, all sessions are available free to SEMA Show attendees.

See all of the sessions' times, locations and topics by visiting the Education Days page on

Paint, Body and Equipment Section Expands for 2010 SEMA Show

The Paint, Body and Equipment section of the SEMA Show is the fastest-growing area of the event, with nearly 45% more exhibitors already confirmed for 2010 compared to the previous year.

James Gregory to Entertain 2010 SEMA Showgoers

Comedian James Gregory will share his carefree humor and observations of crazy relations as the featured entertainer at the Industry Awards Banquet.

Photo Gallery—Mitsubishi EVOs From the 2009 SEMA Show

A photo collection of Mitsubishi EVOs and other models at the 2009 SEMA Show. The images are part of the Cool Rides photo database available at The database is searchable by make, model, year, exhibiting company name and more.

Collision Repair Conference to Offer Training, Live Demos at 2010 SEMA Show

I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, will offer six training courses and live welding demonstrations November 2–3 at the 2010 SEMA Show designed to help collision industry professionals to achieve a complete and safe repair.

James Gregory to Entertain SEMA Showgoers

SEMA Showgoers will be able to unwind after a busy week in Las Vegas, as comedian James Gregory entertains those at the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet on Thursday, November 4, 2010, 7:30 pm at the Las Vegas Hilton. Tickets to the annual celebration are available to those registered for the 2010 SEMA Show at

(August 5, 2010)

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In just a few months, specialty-equipment exhibitors will descend upon Las Vegas for the annual SEMA Show, providing qualified buyers with a can’t-miss opportunity to check out new products, connect with industry suppliers and peers, stay up-to-date on industry trends and attend educational seminars. Those are only four of the most common reasons for attending the Show, according to Tom Myroniak, SEMA vice president of marketing and member services.

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Restyling and Car-Care Market Shines Despite Recession

The Restyling & Car Care Accessories market is made up of products used to modify a vehicle’s interior or exterior after it has left the factory. Appearance and accessory products are often a consumer’s first contact with the automotive specialty-equipment industry. The trend to customize one’s vehicle was born out of the desire for consumers to create something unique that fits their personal lifestyle.

Peninsula and Split Island Exhibits: What's the Difference?

With the 2010 SEMA Show rapidly approaching, now’s the time for exhibitors to submit their booth plans. Exhibitors with booths 400 square feet or larger must complete the Exhibit Space Design Notification. It is vital that exhibitors fully understand the display regulations and how they impact an exhibitor’s ability to utilize the space within their booth.

Continental Tire Sponsors the 2010 SEMA Show Media Center

Tiremaker's assistance ensures a home base for the nearly 3,000 reporters covering the Show.
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