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New Vehicle Technology Center to Debut at the SEMA Show

Technology is integral to the specialty-equipment market as well as to the original-equipment manufacturers. From suspension to powertrains, and safety to infotainment, technology is the future of the automobile.

Featured Product Category Expands Value and Broadens Reach of New Products Showcase

SEMA Show exhibitors can gain additional exposure for their products at the SEMA Show by taking advantage of the Featured Product category in the Show's New Products Showcase. Companies can enter any product—new or otherwise—as a Featured Product to display in the showcase. For added value, whether an entry is a New Product or a Featured Product, the first entry is free.

Buyers to See More Than 500 First-Time SEMA Show Exhibitors

Among the more than 2,000 companies that will be exhibiting at the 2011 SEMA Show are 528 first-time exhibitors. While the new exhibitors can be found throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center, the majority of the first-timers are in the Show's restyling, racing & performance and truck sections.

SkillsUSA Gold Medalists Head to the 2011 SEMA Show

More than 5,692 career and technical education students participated in 94 different trade, technical and leadership fields in this year's SkillsUSA Championships in Collision Repair Technology at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City.

Promote Yourself: SEMA News Advertising Special

Motor Media offers advertising packages and programs designed to fit every budget, including the extremely affordable advertising special in SEMA News—the Product and Catalog Showcase.

Best Practices: Working With Media at the SEMA Show

Thousands of writers, editors and commentators will flock to Las Vegas from November 1–4 to gather material for their publications, blogs and broadcasts. Don’t assume that the media will find you just because you’re exhibiting, however.

15 Tips for SEMA Show Exhibitors

Exhibiting at the SEMA Show for the first time needn’t be overwhelming. With a little research and preplanning, any manufacturer—regardless of size or experience—can create an effective, sales-producing strategy and leave the Show with orders in hand and leads to pursue. When the SEMA Show convenes at the Las Vegas Convention Center November 1–4, 2011, a new area devoted to First-Time and Featured Exhibitors will be housed on the east side of the South Hall’s upper level, and a full 80% of the hundreds of booths in that area will represent first-time exhibitors.

Promote Your Products at the Show Through SEMA's PR Contact List

SEMA makes a list of PR contacts available to media at the SEMA Show so that they can effectively connect with the right person at your company should they be interested in setting up an interview.

International Media Demonstrate Worldwide Interest in the SEMA Show

The SEMA Show attracts professionals from more than 100 countries, including many journalists who come to the SEMA Show to discover new products and trends. While enthusiasts in different countries may be interested in different segments of the industry, they all look to the United States for the hottest and coolest products.

Talk Shop With "Car Crazy TV" Host Barry Meguiar

To submit interview requests or inquiries to "Car Crazy Television," contact JMPR Public Relations at 818-992-4353 or Carcrazy@jmprpublicrelations.com.
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