By SEMA Editors
The road to the 2023 SEMA Show, October 31-November 3 in Las Vegas, is officially on. Show organizers are hard at work building the floorplan community by community, booth by booth--and you can see it all come together at semashow.com/floorplan.
More than 2,000 exhibitors are involved in the process, with SEMA Show representatives calling each company--one by one--to select the most suitable booth space to achieve their business goals. As a result, several exhibitors are opting for expanded booth displays for their new product launches and brand stories and organizers are seeing the international community ready to participate at pre-pandemic levels.
Buyers can expect all the hallmarks that make the SEMA Show the year's definitive trade-only event bringing together automotive industry professionals, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs worldwide. Attendees will experience multiple business community areas, including Racing and Performance, Hot Rod Alley, Restoration Marketplace, Collision Repair & Refinish, Tools & Equipment, Global Tire Expo, Wheels & Accessories, Restyling Repair & Refinish, Powersports & Utility Vehicles, Trucks, SUVs & Off-Road, Mobile Electronics & Technology and Business Services—plus special outdoor exhibits filled with rig displays, demos and activations.
Unique features include the ultimate automotive showdown of custom vehicles, the Battle of the Builders, which returns to the North Hall. New for 2023 includes a fresh location for the New Products Showcase, which is the No. 1 place for buyers to see new automotive innovations, technology and products. The popular Show feature will now be in the North Hall. [Note for exhibitors: the first product in the New Products Showcase is free. For more information, visit semashow.com/new-products-rules.]
In addition, buyers and media will be able to explore the future of propulsion, mobility and electric vehicles (EV) in an expanded EV and Alternative community in Central Hall. Plus, the fan-favorite art walk and community areas across the Las Vegas Convention Center will be extended.
The floorplan will continue to be built over the coming weeks with more new features, attractions and exciting new areas to be introduced.
The future will be on display when the who's who of the automotive aftermarket gathers in Las Vegas, October 31-November 3, for the 2023 SEMA Show.
Booth spaces are limited and selling fast, but there is still time to get involved. To reserve a booth at the 2023 SEMA Show, visit here.
To register to attend the SEMA 2023 Show, visit here.