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Photo Highlights of the 2010 SEMA Show

The 2010 SEMA Showkicked-off on Tuesday, November 2, drawing more than 100,000 attendeesand 1,800 exhibitors. The Show highlighted thousands of new productsand tricked-out display vehicles, as well as a host of informativeeducational seminars designed to help push the specialty-parts industryforward. Attracting a wide range of celebrities, from NHRA’s John Forceto rap icon Snoop Dogg, the SEMA Show serves as your portal into thespecialty-equipment industry’s latest news, trends and innovations.

Optimism High Among Buyers and Exhibitors

The vibe from the 2010 SEMA Show was overwhelmingly positive, with more than 100,000 industry professionals gathering last week in Las Vegas.

Industry Honors Michael Kunzman & Associates, Meyer Distributing, Painless Performance, Rick Sparks

The SEMA Show shines the spotlight on the parts and technologies of the specialty-equipment market and all of the professionals who represent the true heartbeat of the industry. The Show serves as the industry's stage to honor those whose tireless efforts and contributions have shaped an industry and a hobby enjoyed by millions throughout the world.

New Products Showcase Features More Than 2,000 Entries—Here Are the Winners

Local Motors President, CEO and co-founder John B. Rogers helped to kick-off the 2010 SEMA Show as the Keynote speaker of the New Products Awards Breakfast. The annual breakfast gathering is where the some of the hottest products the industry has to offer are recognized for expertise in design, craftsmanship and ingenuity. Two new categories were added to this year's award presentation: Best New Tire and Related Product and The Best New Wheel and Related Product.

Racing Legends Support PROJECT 1320 at the SEMA Show

The 2010 SEMA Show provided an opportunity for PROJECT 1320—a documentary film series produced by the Quarter Mile Foundation—to feature interviews from specialty-parts industry and racing pioneers. They included Bob Airheart, Ed Iskenderian, Louis Senter, Carroll Shelby, “Speedy Bill” Smith, Don Smith, Linda Vaughn, “Doc” Watson and Alex Xydias.

Mike Spagnola Named 2010 SEMA Person of the Year

SEMA presented Mike Spagnola, founder and president of Street Scene Equipment and long-time SEMA member, with the 2010 Person of the Year Award at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Prestigious Chairman's Service Award Presented to Bob Moore

In recognition of his outstanding and selfless contributions to the industry and specifically a SEMA project known as the SEMA Data Pool Initiative, Bob Moore, founder and president of J&B Service, was honored with the 2010 Chairman’s Award at the 2010 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Click Here to See All of the Entries in the 2010 New Products Showcase

More than 1,600 new products were entered into the 2010 SEMA Show's New Products Showcase. Now they are all available for viewing online.
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