The Showcase is the most convenient way to highlight your company's products and generate buyer leads outside of your booth.
New Products Showcase
Resurrecting and restoring older vehicles to mint condition is a time-honored enthusiast tradition. No matter its age, a rejuvenated classic still has the power to turn heads—on the road, at a car show and wherever else it may materialize. In recent years, however, a new trend has taken hold in the restoration scene: returning a car to “better-than-new” condition through the addition of modern technologies. While exuding a spirit befitting their heritage, these “restomods” also exhibit the drivability, safety and conveniences of their present-day counterparts.
As exhibitors select their booth space this month, media are beginning to follow along and report on the new products and trends that will debut.
For those who attend the SEMA Show to promote a new or hot product and develop sales leads, utilizing the New Products Showcase is a must.
The first entry in the New Products Showcase is free. Additional entries are $75 per product category if received by Friday, October 11.
With the 2019 SEMA Show less than five weeks away, Show management’s exhibitor update provides companies with the latest news and key deadlines, including early-bird and advance rates available for several booth services, as well as checklists to keep you on track and on budget.
The fee for entering additional products in the New Products Showcase increases to $150 after the October 11 deadline.
Taking advantage of the New Products Showcase and its high-traffic location allows exhibitors to reach out to new business while still connecting with buyers on the Show floor. This additional outreach is not only free, but has proven to be effective.
Tools might be the aftermarket items most taken for granted, left on a shop floor to gather dust or tossed in a grimy parts bin. Yet they’re certainly among the most important everyday shop components because they allow fabricators and customizers to transform their vehicular visions into reality. Whether they’re cutting, clamping, wrenching, riveting, lifting, measuring, monitoring or performing a thousand other tasks, tools and equipment are the workhorses of any shop, and having the right one at hand is essential for any dedicated builder.
A good media strategy, along with a well-executed trade-show plan, can generate increased product awareness and lead to profitable sales.