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2010 SEMA Show Exhibitors: Boost Your Booth Appeal With Star Power

2010 SEMA Show exhibitors can gain an edge on the competition by hiring celebrities to man their booths or displaying a famous vehicle.

GM President Mark Reuss to Deliver First SEMA Show Vehicle Technology Keynote

Top GM exec will discuss how advanced OE technology impacts the performance industry and the opportunities it creates for specialty-equipment businesses.

Powersports Industry Experts Host Free Preview of 2010 SEMA Show Workshops

Powersports dealers, don't miss the chance to preview unique, high-level training from the industry experts at Gart Sutton and Associates (GSA) (including renown powersports educator, author and president of GSA, Gart Sutton)

Newest Tools of the Trade—Falling Cost of Specialized Gear Helps Get the Job Done

The SEMA Show is a once-a-year epicenter for automotive accessories. It’s more than 1,500 exhibitors offering their best products and services to more than 100,000 attendees. The must-see attraction for many is the one-of-a-kind vehicles on display throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center. For others, however, the real eye candy is getting a look at the tools and equipment that builders are using to create those masterpieces. [Read more]

Are You Listed in the SEMA Show's Number-One Resource?

Every SEMA Show exhibitor is offered a free listing in the Show Directory, one of the most important resources for promoting your presence on the showfloor.

SEMA Show Tip of the Week: Plan Ahead and Save

With the SEMA Show less than three months away, exhibitors are spending time planning displays, prepping products and projects, marketing to potential customers and much more. With planning in full swing, exhibitors should not overlook the opportunities to trim down Show expenses by taking advantage of discount pricing and available Show services. For example, one of the services currently in place for the Show is the availability of shuttle buses that travel to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center, helping Showgoers avoid lengthy cab lines and inflated cab fares.

Powersports Businesses Push Through Tough Times With Expanded SEMA Show Presence

In 2009, SEMA dedicated a special section of the Las Vegas Convention Center strictly to Powersports & Utility Vehicles. Manufacturers featured power-driven equipment, such as personal transporters; motorcycles; motor scooters; two-, three- and four-wheel ATVs; pocket bikes; specialty golf carts; mini-bikes; dirt bikes; and accessories and services that support these vehicles.

SEMA Show Exhibitors! Free Ink for Your New Products

Introducing a new product at the Show? Planning a major company announcement? Let us know so we can include it in our annual SEMA Show preview!

Photo Gallery: Mini Coopers at the 2009 SEMA Show

A photo gallery of Mini Coopers from Aries Automotive, Double Down Motorsporrs, Auto-Tech Interiors Inc., ESAB Welding & Cutting Products, ARP Inc., Soundpex Electronics and from the 2009 SEMA Show.

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.
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