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Expanded Powersports Area Gives Manufacturers Increased Exposure

With hundreds of SEMA Show exhibitors offering products for the powersports market, SEMA Show organizers are expanding the Powersports & Utility Vehicle section of the 2011 event. Through manufacturer kiosks that will be placed in the Powersports & Utility Vehicle section, exhibitors with booths in one of the Show's 11 other sections will be able to increase awareness, market their products and effectively reach powersports buyers in the most logical and appropriate area of the Show.

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EXPANDED POWERSPORTS AREA GIVES MANUFACTURERS INCREASED EXPOSURE
-- Buyers to see more comprehensive Powersports area at 2011 SEMA Show --

Exhibitor Resources to Make Your Show a Success

More than 50,000 buyers will make the trip to the SEMA Show looking for the latest in new products and innovations that customers want. To help create additional foot traffic, take advantage of some of the tools that SEMA has available.

Exhibitors: Get Your Parts on More Vehicles at the SEMA Show

The SEMA Show features thousands of project vehicles each year that represent the ingenuity and creativity of the specialty-equipment market. SEMA Show exhibitors can generate more product exposure by offering products to builders through the SEMA Show Products for Project-Vehicle Builders list. The list is a simple way to connect exhibitors who want to get more eyes on their products at the Show with builders designing the vehicles that attract attention from thousands of buyers and members of the media.

Impala Photo Gallery—Chevy's Heavy Metal at the 2010 SEMA Show

The vehicle photo gallery located at www.enjoythedrive.com features more than 2,000 vehicles on display at the 2010 SEMA Show. Here is a collection of classic Chevrolet Impalas with the custom touches only the specialty-equipment market can provide.

2011 SEMA Show: The Ultimate Destination for Wheel Industry Professionals

In addition to the 125 manufacturers already committed to exhibiting in the Wheel Accessories section of the 2011 SEMA Show, the annual event taking place in Las Vegas Tuesday–Friday, November 1–4, 2011, will feature several activities specifically targeted to those in the wheel industry.


Expanded Powersports Area Gives Manufacturers Increased Exposure

With hundreds of SEMA Show exhibitors offering products for the powersports market, SEMA Show organizers are expanding the Powersports & Utility Vehicle section of the 2011 event.

SEMA Show 2011: Unprecedented Early Show Interest

If the doors of the Show opened tomorrow, there would be 1,673 exhibitors, spread across 718,700 sq.-ft. of the Las Vegas Convention Center. However, it's only June 2! Clearly the 2011 SEMA Show is shaping up to be a can-not-miss event—so why wait? Sign up to attend today!

Submit Your 2012 Honda Civic Project Vehicle Proposals

In support of Honda’s marketing campaign “To Each Their Own,” Honda is offering a select group of vehicle customizers the opportunity to create project vehicles for the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. To highlight the variety of the ’12 Civic lineup, project vehicles will include a selection of Civic Si Coupes, Civic Si Sedans and Civic Hybrids.

Don't Miss Out: Truck/SUV/Off-Road SEMA Show Section Filling Up at Record Pace

While the Truck, SUV & Off-Road section at the 2010 SEMA Show experienced robust growth of up to 9% over the 2009 Show, the 2011 SEMA Show—to be held November 1–4—promises even bigger things for buyers and exhibitors in this market. It's still early in the game and exhibitor registrations are pouring in at a record pace, demonstrating their commitment to raising interest in their products and meeting with buyers. For buyers, this early interest is proof that the big industry players will be at the Show, presenting a can't-miss opportunity. 

SEMA Show in Print

Narrowing down the list of must-read magazines during the first quarter of the year is always a huge challenge. It’s during that time that coverage from the previous SEMA Show hits the newsstands. Go to the automotive section, and you’ll find that just about every car and truck magazine is featuring the new products and trends that were unveiled at the Show. While these issues are likely to be off the shelves by now, you can access most of them online. Take a look at a few that we found.

SEMA News—June 2011

SEMA Show in Print

Narrowing down the list of must-read magazines during the first quarter of the year is always a huge challenge. It’s during that time that coverage from the previous SEMA Show hits the newsstands. Go to the automotive section, and you’ll find that just about every car and truck magazine is featuring the new products and trends that were unveiled at the Show.

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