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Central Hall Expands to Accommodate More Exhibitors

To accommodate demand for exhibit space in the Racing & Performance, Hot Rod Alley, and Restoration Marketplace sections of the 2010 SEMA Show, organizers are opening the large meeting rooms adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center's Central Hall.

Hobbyists Come Out in Force to Celebrate Inaugural Collector Car Appreciation Day

More than 100 meets, cruises, shows and open houses nationwide marked the official day to honor classic automotive iron.

Thousands Gather to Celebrate First-Ever "Collector Car Appreciation Day"

The inaugural event is the work of U.S. Senators who recognize the integral role of collector cars in American culture.

Low-Cost Hotel Rooms Available During the 2010 SEMA Show

Las Vegas hoteliers are offering 2010 SEMA Show attendees great discounts, including rooms for as low as $39 a night and waived resort fees.

New Products Showcase Applications Now Available

The SEMA Show New Products Showcase makes it easy for buyers to get a quick glimpse of the industry's innovators. And entering products in the Showcase is easy for exhibitors—just visit the 2010 SEMA Show website. Click through for details. 

Build Your SEMA Show Buzz With Free E-mail Campaign

Connect with your 2010 SEMA Show buyers and prospects through a free, customized e-mail campaign service.

Americans Celebrate Importance of Collector Cars on July 9

The U.S. Senate has declared July 9 as Collector Car Appreciation Day, thanks to persuasive efforts from the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO).

2010 SEMA Show Gold Partners Dedicated to Exhibitor Excellence

SEMA awards Gold Partner status to Las Vegas hotel and service vendors that demonstrate a commitment to the success of 2010 SEMA Show exhibitors.

More Than a Dozen Vegas Hotels Waive Resort Fee for 2010 SEMA Show

SEMA Show organizers are working with Las Vegas hotels to ensure the best lodging deals for Show attendees, and several hotels have now agreed to waive or have chosen not to institute resort fees during Show week.

Expenses, Sales, Inventory—How Does Your Company Compare?

The SEMA Financial Benchmarking Report is used by companies to benchmark key sales performance indicators against industry averages. There are actually three reports, representing manufacturers, WDs and retailers. The most recent editions available to the industry are the January and February 2010 reports.
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