SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 42, October 21, 2010

SEMA Picks Up the Tab for WiFi at the 2010 SEMA Show

SEMA Show Attendees Using WiFi  
At the 2010 SEMA Show, attendees will enjoy free WiFi service in the convention center, compliments of the association. Check e-mail, browse the web and connect with business partners via the SEMA Free Wireless network.  

It's like comfortable shoes, lip balm and a bottle of water—Internet connectivity is a must if you're attending the 2010 SEMA Show. Show attendees have laptops, media tablets and, of course, their smartphone, all of which need a WiFi connection to be truly functional. Inside the Las Vegas Convention Center, attendees will have access to WiFi service, absolutely free. That's right. SEMA is picking up the tab and offering free WiFi service for attendees, and best of all, joining the wireless network couldn't be easier. Simply activate your laptop, smartphone or other WiFi-enabled device and find the wireless network named "SEMA Free Wireless." You do not need a username, a password or a credit card. Once your device connects to the network, launch your Internet browser and enjoy the free service.

In addition to checking e-mail, browsing webpages and connecting with business partners, don't forget to point your WiFi-enabled device to SEMA's additional digital services for information and live updates from the 2010 SEMA Show floor.

For the first time ever, www.SEMAShow.com—the main webpage for all things Show-related—will be accessible from your smartphone. The site will allow users to check for Show news, find an exhibitor's booth number, look up travel and lodging numbers and scroll through Twitter updates from Show attendees. Speaking of Twitter, SEMA will also be tweeting messages throughout Show week, highlighting announcements, award winners and must-see appearances and events. To follow the association's tweets, point your browser to http://twitter.com/semashow. You can also search #semashow inside Twitter for a snapshot of first impressions from exhibitors, buyers and enthusiast-opinion leaders.

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