This is the last call to submit nominations for SEMA’s prestigious annual industry awards.
Because the entire automotive aftermarket industry is focused on the SEMA Show in November, exhibiting companies use the opportunity to host press conferences or seminars and make announcements relating to their goods and services. The media coverage below is proof that what happens at the SEMA Show reaches far beyond the Show floor.
Hot Rod Alley exhibitors entered almost 120 new products in the 2016 SEMA Show’s New Products Showcase.
Jason Bruce, chair-elect of the Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC), talks about some of the biggest obstacles facing speed equipment manufacturers.
Ron Capps shares stories from his experiences at the SEMA Show, as well as the winding down of the 2016 NHRA season.
Applications to be included on the official SEMA Show press conference schedule are now available.
Nominations are now being accepted for SEMA’s prestigious industry awards: Manufacturer of the Year, Person of the Year, Representative Agency of the Year, Warehouse Distributor of the Year and GEN-III Innovator of the Year.
Here is a list 2017 SEMA Show exhibitors that are offering products for SEMA Show vehicle builds.
Register here for the 2017 SEMA Show, taking place in Las Vegas, October 31–November 3.