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2010 SEMA Show Video Highlights

  The 2010 SEMA Show attracted more than 100,000 attendees.

The media is putting the final edits to a plethora of video highlights from the 2010 SEMA Show. While every broadcast outlet serves a unique market, the subjects of these short clips represent a brief overview of arguably some of the most significant presentations, products and people at this year's Show. The following is a sample of Show coverage that will be playing on computer desktops across the globe throughout the next year.

  • Mike Levine from takes a look at bed extenders, camping equipment and the latest in LED lights at the 2010 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

  • Ivy Hartman of filed this report detailing why the 2010 SEMA Show represented a massive gathering of small businesses, with one goal in mind—accelerating growth.

  • Dr. Jamie Meyer of GM Performance Parts discusses the release of GM's first-ever emissions compliant engine package: the E-ROD LS3. Chris Rauser reveals the newest graphic options from Chevrolet. And finally, Alan Batey of General Motors celebrates the Chevrolet Camaro winning the SEMA Award for hottest car.

  • G4TV's Blair Herter heads to Las Vegas to scope out The 2010 SEMA Show. Here's a rough cut of some highlights from his first day at the Las Vegas Convention Center.