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Larry the Cable Guy to Entertain SEMA Show Banquet Guests

Larry Cable GuyComedian Larry the Cable Guy is bringing his standup comedy routine to the 2016 SEMA Show as the featured entertainer at the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet, to be held on Thursday, November 3. Known for his signature catchphrase “Git-R-Done,” Larry is a multiplatinum recording artist, a Grammy nominee, a Billboard award winner and the voice of Mater in the animated feature films Cars and Cars 2.

Las Vegas Beyond the Walls of the SEMA Show

Las Vegas StripThe SEMA Show brings tens of thousands of visitors to Las Vegas annually, making it one of the best-attended trade shows in the world. Attendees of the Show understand that there is a plethora of business-advancing demonstrations, education seminars and exhibit space at the Show, which is more than enough to keep busy during the day. However, once the doors to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) close, Las Vegas offers some of the best dining, attractions and entertainment available. This is the 2016 guide to seeing and experiencing Las Vegas beyond the walls of the SEMA Show. For more information, please visit www.lasvegas.com.

We Built This

We Built ThisBefore there was a SEMA Show, there was an association—a loosely knit group of speed-equipment manufacturers who came together with a common interest. It was the Speed Equipment Manufacturers Association’s shared obstacles to building their businesses that brought them together, and the foundation of the industry was born.

SEMA 2016: Looking Ahead

Chris KerstingThe SEMA Show is the one time each year when we all come together to do business, renew bonds with old friends and make as many new friends as possible. Proudly celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the SEMA Show has also been our industry’s primary location to learn about new technologies and gain new perspectives. This year’s Show is exceptionally rich in innovative business insights.

Product Data Management and Sales Growth Strategies

SEMA Data Co-opSince the inception of the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) in 2012, more than 475 product brands representing more than 3 million parts have joined what is now the industry’s largest automotive specialty parts product data repository. Designed to enable any company—no matter how small or large—to effectively manage and distribute its product data at the lowest possible cost, the SDC’s expert staff will coach you all the way through the process.

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