Know the Three Types of SEMA Show Booths
Island Exhibit: An island exhibit is surrounded by aisles, and these exhibits must be at least 20x20 ft. There are other dimensions available, with the largest being 50x60 ft.
Linear Exhibit: A linear exhibit—the most common SEMA Show booth—is generally arranged in a straight line and has neighboring exhibitors on both sides, with one side exposed to the aisle. These booths are 10x10 ft. and are offered up to 10x40 ft.
Peninsula Exhibit: A peninsula exhibit is the “end cap” of booth space. It’s surrounded by aisles on three sides and must be no smaller than 20x20 ft. Additional dimensions are available up to 50x60 ft.
Each configuration is unique and offers its own advantages. The size selected on the booth-space application is what will be assigned during the Space Selection Process. Changes to size can be made only after the space allocation process.
Low Rates on SEMA Show Airfare, Hotels
Show organizers recently announced discounted airfare offers through Alaska, Delta and United—which are among the first carriers to offer up to 10% off on round-trip airfare to Las Vegas. For updated information about airfare, booking details and contact information, visit the SEMA Show Travel and Lodging page, www.SEMAShow.com/travel-lodging.
For hotels, companies that use Travel Planners—the official housing provider for the SEMA Show—will receive extra benefits and support throughout the reservation process. Showgoers not only receive a lowest-rate guarantee, but they can also locate the most appropriate hotel for their needs. Users simply scroll through the Hotel Board on the Travel and Lodging page, locate a hotel, and click for more details and rates.
For complete information on the 2015 SEMA Show, visit www.SEMAShow.com.