The Priority Space Allocation for the November SEMA Show will take place May 4–20.
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SEMA has compiled resources on the association’s Coronavirus Updates & Resources page to ensure that SEMA members have the latest information regarding small business loan programs, state shelter-in-place requirements, paid leave requirements for employees, OSHA worker protection requirements and more.
The federal government wants to help companies keep their workers on the payroll.
SEMA is monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and tracking what this means for our industry.
With the Show just less than eight months away, we are putting plans in place to host a successful event in November with some changes that help lower the level of uncertainty for our exhibitors and attendees.
Don’t miss your chance to acknowledge industry visionaries.
The SEMA Tech Transfer Program will continuously upload new data as it's released.
To participate in the Priority Space Selection, companies need to submit their Show application and deposit by March 27.
U.S. Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) is currently serving in his second term representing North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District, which spans five counties between Statesville and Greensboro.
Join fellow SEMA members in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, May 13, for the 2020 SEMA Washington Rally.