SEMA is adding two new sections to the 2009 SEMA Show dedicated to powersports and utility vehicles, and paint, body and equipment.
Located in the South Hall, the Powersports & Utility Vehicles section will feature manufacturers of power-driven equipment, such as personal transporters; motorcycles; motor scooters; two-, three- and four-wheel ATVs; pocket bikes; specialty golf carts; mini-bikes; dirt bikes; and accessories and services that support these vehicles.
“We are constantly seeking new growth opportunities for our members and attendees of the SEMA Show,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of communications and events. “The Powersports and Utility Vehicle marketplace is of growing importance to our core buyers. Manufacturers in this area will discover a slew of potential buyers.
"Meanwhile, the SEMA Show will serve as a convenient location for veteran attendees to discover all there is to know about this booming market.”
Attendees will have opportunities to participate in educational seminars and interactive workshops focused on the powersports and utility vehicle market during the week.
The 2009 SEMA Show will also feature the new Paint, Body & Equipment section, which will feature vehicle paint booths, prep stations, body work, frame machines, spray guns and safety/filtration/breathing apparatus, coating/refinishing products, services and publications. The Paint, Body & Equipment section will be located in the North Hall, adjoining the Tools & Equipment section.
The annual SEMA Show gathers more than 100,000 professionals from all sections of the automotive aftermarket, including more than 2,000 media representing 100 countries. Information regarding the SEMA Show and all its sections is available at www.SEMAShow.com.
Manufacturers interested in exhibiting should contact Show management at 702/450-7662.