SEMA News - September 2010

The SEMA Show is quickly approaching. Many have already finalized their travel arrangements, booked their hotels, confirmed their credentials and even mapped out their on-site strategy. With so much going on during the week, it’s important to have a list of required reading materials while at the Show. How do you plan to stay in the know during the SEMA Show?

To help ensure that you don’t miss out on the important happenings while in Las Vegas, take note of the following required reading materials.

 

SEMA Show Daily

Distributed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the SEMA Show, the SEMA Show Daily is the official newspaper of the event. Look for the publication each morning in kiosks near the entrance of each hall. You’ll get comprehensive information on the new-product winners, get a summary of the press conferences that took place and learn about the special events taking place that day. Digital editions will also be available at www.SEMAShow.com.

  SEMA News-September 2010-Required Reading 

 

Official SEMA Show Facebook Page

Find out what’s happening during the SEMA Show by following the Official SEMA Show Facebook page. Sign up as a fan of the page today (just search “SEMA Show” on Facebook), and learn about the news leading up to the event. You’ll get updates to special events, celebrity appearances and trend alerts. It’s one of the best ways to ensure you know what’s happening while it’s happening!

  SEMA News-September 2010-Required Reading 

 

SEMA Show Directory

During the Show, the SEMA Show Directory is useful for looking up the booth numbers of the businesses you are targeting as well as for identifying first-time exhibitors. However, the SEMA Show Directory is a valuable resource that can be used well beyond the Show. Keep the SEMA Show Directory at arm’s length during the year to identify potential business partners and manufacturers. With a cross-reference listing, you can easily find manufacturers by product categories and market segments.  

  SEMA News-September 2010-Required Reading 

 

Magazine Bins

There are hundreds of automotive magazines that report on important and relevant news. Stop by the magazine bins located on the skybridge between north and south halls and pick up a free magazine. Various magazines will be on display and available, each focusing on a unique segment of the industry. Choose anything from off-road publications and sport-compact magazines to those that target the hot-rod or mobile-electronics markets. 

  SEMA News-September 2010-Required Reading 

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