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2010 SEMA Show Exhibit Sales Jump 35% in One Week

  So far, more than 1,300 companies have reserved a space for the 2010 SEMA Show.
Exhibit sales increased by more than 35% in one week as SEMA Show exhibitors contract for booth space before the pending space selection. More than 1,300 companies have reserved a space for the 2010 SEMA Show.

“We’re pleased to see an increase in exhibit space sales this year. The response by companies during the last week is indicative that they value the importance of participating in the priority space selection,” said Gary Vigil, SEMA trade shows director.

Each year, SEMA Show management creates a preliminary floorplan based on the space requests from exhibitors. The initial floorplan will be available online on Tuesday, May 25. Exhibitors that participate in the priority booth space selection process give themselves the opportunity to secure the best space possible. Companies that don’t participate in the priority space selection process are assigned space on a first-come, first-served basis.

It’s not too late to reserve your booth space. Space selections will take place from June 2–23, 2010, and exhibitors who have signed up for priority booth space will receive their space selection dates and times May 25.

The Exhibit Space Rental Agreement is available here.