MORE THAN 1,700
EXHIBITORS DEMONSTRATE OPTIMISM FOR 2012 SEMA SHOW
-- Priority Space Selection Begins the End of May --
Diamond Bar, Calif.
(May 9, 2012) -
More than 1,700 exhibitors have demonstrated confidence in the 2012 SEMA Show
by confirming booth space for the world's premier automotive trade show, taking
place October 30-November 2, in Las Vegas, Nevada. These exhibitors will select
their locations on the Show floor through the Priority Space Selection process
beginning the end of May.
The SEMA Show features more
than 2 million sq. ft. of exhibits and attractions, and draws more than 100,000
industry professionals annually to connect with the industry's markets,
including performance, off-road, racing, powersports, mobile electronics, light
truck, collision repair & refinish and more.
"From buyers and
exhibitors to special-event attendance and participation in educational
sessions, numbers were up across the board for the 2011 SEMA Show," said
Peter MacGillivray, SEMA VP of events and communications. "With 1,700
exhibitors ready to select their space and demonstrating optimism for the Show,
we are taking every measure to build on last year's success."
Companies that would like
to exhibit at the 2012 SEMA Show can still secure booth space through the
"Buy A Booth" link located at
Companies signing up now will be able to select space on a first-come,
first-served basis based on availability.
The Priority Space
Selection process runs from May 30 through June 22. Details about the 2012 SEMA
Show, including information on how to attend and exhibit, are available at
About SEMA and the
The SEMA Show is a trade show produced by the Specialty Equipment Market
Association (SEMA), a nonprofit trade association founded in 1963. Since the
first SEMA Show debuted in 1967, the annual event has served as the leading
venue bringing together manufacturers and buyers within the automotive
specialty equipment industry. Products featured at the SEMA Show include those
that enhance the styling, functionality, comfort, convenience and safety of
cars and trucks. Additional details are available at