Take the time to visit the current floor plan of the 2011 SEMA Show and select the location for your exhibit today.
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!
This year’s SEMA Show included a specially designed, purpose-built headquarters for the tire industry. A show within a show, the Global Tire Expo—Powered by Tire Industry Association (TIA) was created to focus attention on tire-industry innovations and opportunities. Judging by the positive reactions of all involved, the Expo concept turned out to be a great idea.
This issue of SEMA News continues our tradition of highlighting the great new products our manufacturers unleashed at the SEMA Show. Through SEMA News, the SEMA website and a variety of other media outlets, we amplify and carry forward one of the Show’s primary value propositions: creating high-level awareness for the industry’s innovative and trendsetting new products.
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More than 114,000 industry professionals gathered in Las Vegas during the week of November 2–5 for the 2010 SEMA Show, and the tone was decidedly optimistic. Exhibitors, buyers, media and other professionals were there to learn, collaborate, network and explore, sharing their passion in order to build their businesses and celebrate their shared experiences. The SEMA Show provides a window into the future of the industry as well as the hottest cars and best parts for 2011.
The United States Senate passed Senate Resolution 513 (S. Res. 513) at the request of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) Council designating July 9, 2010 as “Collector Car Appreciation Day.”
Car and truck owners may now
register their vehicles for the second annual SEMA Show ‘N Shine car
show, taking place Saturday, July 24, 2010, at the Pasadena Convention
Center in Pasadena, CA, by visiting www.sema.org/shownshine.
Manufacturers who have not yet applied to exhibit at the 2010 SEMA Show have until May 7, 2010 to take part in the Priority Booth Space Selection Process.
Judging by the first week of 2010 SEMA Show booth-space reservations, the specialty-equipment industry is showing tangible signs of economic recovery.