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Contact: Della Domingo
SEMA SHOW FLOOR PLAN AVAILABLE NOW; REFLECTS NEARLY 2,000 EXHIBITORS
Diamond Bar, CA (June 26, 2012) - The SEMA Show Priority Space Selection process concluded earlier this month, with nearly 2,000 exhibiting companies securing their space for the upcoming event. View the online floorplan at
www.SEMAShow.com to see where exhibitors will be during the trade-only event on Tuesday-Friday, October 30-November 2, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“After the three-week space selection, we are more excited than ever for the upcoming SEMA Show,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA VP of events and communications. “Exhibitors have great optimism for the Show. They have made it clear that Las Vegas is the place they want to be in October and their plans are already well underway to showcase their newest innovations. We’re looking forward to working with them during the next few months and unveiling a successful Show this year.”
With manufacturers submitting space rental agreements on a daily basis, there are now nearly 2,000 exhibitors confirmed for the 2012 SEMA Show. The number of exhibitors in several segments has already surpassed the total number featured at last year’s Show. Those sections include Hot Rod Alley, Racing & Performance, Restoration Marketplace and Wheels & Accessories.
Exhibitors will continue to sign up for the Show up until the event takes place and new exhibitors will be added to the online floorplan as they are confirmed. Details about the 2012 SEMA Show, including information on how to attend and exhibit, are available at
About SEMA and the SEMA Show
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