DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Sept. 7) – The annual SEMA Awards, given to the top trending vehicle models in five categories, will be presented, for the first time, on Monday, Oct. 29, the day before the SEMA Show officially opens, allowing media the opportunity to report on the news earlier than ever before. In past years the awards had been presented on the first day of the SEMA Show, during the New Products Breakfast.
The annual SEMA Awards recognizing the top-trending models will be announced the Monday before the start of the 2018 SEMA Show.
Buyers from the United States and Canada have until Friday, October 12, to register online for the 2018 SEMA Show and have their badges mailed prior to the event.
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