SEMA Show Management Tackles Jigsaw Puzzle

By SEMA Editors

Talking with executive members of the 2014 SEMA Show team.

The Show management team continues to reach out to exhibitors participating in the Priority Space Draw for the 2014 SEMA Show. Similar to a jigsaw puzzle, the Show’s floorplan is divided into 12 sections, with booth space for more than 2,000 companies.
Beginning May 19, companies with three seniority points or less will get a call from the Show management team. Space in ideal locations is still available and exhibitors are encouraged to review the Show’s floorplan prior to their scheduled call with Show management.

Once exhibitors select their booth space, they can begin to utilize a vast array of tools SEMA offers to help companies realize the highest possible return on their SEMA Show investment. To get started, exhibitors can visit

The 2014 SEMA Show, which takes place November 4–7, in Las Vegas, is on pace to attract more than 130,000 industry professionals, including 60,000 buyers, from all over the world. As a trade-only show, manufacturers exhibit at the Show to unveil new products and connect with buyers to do business.

Manufacturers interested in exhibiting at the upcoming event can visit or e-mail for information.

About the Priority Selection Process

Prior to May 5, confirmation e-mails were sent to 2014 SEMA Show exhibitors verifying participation in the 2014 SEMA Show Priority Booth Space Drawing. The e-mails were sent to the “exhibitor contact” that was listed on the space application and include the assigned dates and times (with a one-hour time range), along with important information about the process and a link to the SEMA Show floorplan.