SEMA News - February 2010While the SEMA Show is a trade-only gathering that is not open to the general public, enthusiasts and consumers are able to get a glimpse of what happens at the annual event thanks to the many editors and reporters who attend. SEMA Shows in the past have included more than 2,400 registered media, many representing consumer publications, mainstream magazines and general television programs.
Local media in Las Vegas, Nevada, were out in full force for the 2009 SEMA Show, along with reporters from major daily newspapers. Take a look at just a sampling of the coverage that resulted.
| Las Vegas Review Journal, November 4, 2009
The photograph taken on the opening day of the Show covered about a third of the business section’s front page and included a caption noting that more than 100,000 people were in town for the convention.
| Chicago Tribune, November 8, 2009
Sunday’s “Rides” section featured five of the hottest vehicles at the SEMA Show, including a 2010 Camaro customized by Droptop Customs. The reporter noted that the designer “…beat Chevy to the soft-top, originally slated for 2012 but likely delayed by issues with a supplier.”
|The Detroit News, November 12, 2009
Several publications reported on the many Camaros at the 2009 SEMA Show. Here, the Detroit News declared the 2010 Camaro the SEMA Show’s Car of the Year and reported on some of the notable versions that were on display.