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Innovations and Connections—How to Define Your Perfect SEMA Show

There are probably as many definitions of a successful SEMA Show as there are automotive professionals who attend—and that's more than 100,000 definitions. Value, attracting new customers, sales improvements, innovation, networking and educational programs are probably common themes in many characterizations of a successful Show.

Guarantee Success Before, During and After the SEMA Show

American Express OPEN followed two cardmembers through last year's SEMA Show to document tactics that both exhibitors and attendees use to maximize their time in Vegas. 

Must-See Debuts at the 2009 SEMA Show

Keep an eye out for these spectacular vehicle debuts at the 2009 SEMA Show.

Reed & Dickinson to Perform at Ford 2009 SEMA Show Reception

The Reed & Dickinson Band will be the featured act at the 2009 Ford SEMA Show reception, beginning at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, at the Motor Trend Proving Ground Hosted by the Bondurant Racing School of High Performance Driving.

SEMA Show Tools to Take Your Business Global

Once made up mostly of American speed enthusiasts, the specialty-equipment market is now a global passion, with enthusiasts off-roading and drag racing from Beijing to Dubai. And nowhere is this better illustrated than at the SEMA Show, where thousands of international buyers converge.

Catch a Celebrity at the 2009 SEMA Show

One of the most popular elements of any SEMA Show is the celebrity sightings and signings. From icons like Carroll Shelby and Mario Andretti, to Hulk Hogan and Snoop Dogg, they've all come to the SEMA Show to see new products, hear the news and meet the industry.

Exhibitors—11 Days Until the SEMA Show! Check Key Deadlines and Updates Here

With the SEMA Show 11 days away, the SEMA Show Exhibitor Update is a valuable checklist to help exhibitors tighten up the last-minutes details.

Industry Pulls Together Unprecedented Show Effort

Though consumers and business leaders wait for definitive signs of economic recovery, one message from the specialty-equipment industry is clear: 2010 will be better.
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