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SEMA Launches New Show Website
The new and improved www.SEMAShow.com website offers instant access to a variety of tools to maximize your 2011 SEMA Show investment.
For visitors looking to exhibit at the upcoming 2011 SEMA Show, a single click on "Buy a Booth" from the homepage can start the process. Attendees looking to register will also find an extremely simple "Attend Show" button that makes it easier than ever to sign-up. The third category of participant—the media—will find quick links to register, as well as a collection of press materials, media contacts and SEMA Show news.To help with pre-Show planning, visit www.SEMAShow.com and start exploring a virtual map of the Las Vegas Convention Center. All visitors can easily access current renderings of the 2011 SEMA Show floorplan and find out who's exhibiting, where the must-see booths are located and start to make plans for getting the best ROI on their SEMA Show investment. Beyond the individual exhibitors, the homepage now highlights each of the 12 sections of the SEMA Show, including an explanation of each section along with a corresponding schematic. To explore all the different areas of the Las Vegas Convention Center, section-by-section, simply mouse over the corresponding icon and once it "lights up," click for complete details.
For SEMA Show veterans as well as those attending their first Show this November, www.SEMAShow.com features a host of valuable videos designed to showcase highlights from the 2010 Show, as well as clips from seminars covering a wide range of topics, including booth design, cost savings and using social media. To complement the videos, there are several slideshows featuring some of the hottest products and candid moments from last year's Show.
And finally, there are three new ways to stay informed—visit www.SEMAShow.com and click on the icon for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. This takes you instantly to three of the newest ways to interact with other Show attendees and stay current on the latest updates for the 2011 SEMA Show. If you haven't already, visit www.SEMAShow.com today and tap into SEMA's newest digital resource.