SEMA eNews Vol. 17, No. 19, May 8, 2014

600+ Exhibitors Choose Booth Locations for the SEMA Show

By Jason Catullo

  SEMA Show, Priority Booth Selection
More than 600 companies specializing in performance products have selected their booth locations within the Show's Racing & Performance section during the Priority Space Selection process, which runs through May 23.
   

More than 600 companies specializing in high-performance products and innovations have selected their spots within the 2014 SEMA Show’s Racing & Performance section. The companies are participating in the Priority Space Selection Process that began this week, May 5, and runs through Friday, May 23. View an updated layout of the Show’s Central Hall and the companies that have already confirmed locations for the section. For an overall layout of the 2014 SEMA Show, or to view the Show section by section, use the 2014 SEMA Show Floorplan.

Manufacturers interested in exhibiting at the upcoming event can visit www.SEMAShow.com/buyabooth or e-mail sales@sema.org for information.

In addition to the Racing & Performance section, the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center also contains the Hot Rod Alley and the Restoration Marketplace. Prior to the May 5 launch of the Priority Space Selection process, Show organizers reported that the more than 2,000 companies reserving space for the 2014 Show represents an increase of nearly 10% over the 2013 selection process.

The 2014 SEMA Show, which takes place November 4–7, in Las Vegas, is on pace to attract more than 130,000 industry professionals, including 60,000 buyers, from all over the world. As a trade-only show, manufacturers exhibit at the Show to unveil new products and connect with buyers to do business.

About the Priority Selection Process
Prior to May 5, confirmation e-mails were sent to 2014 SEMA Show exhibitors verifying participation in the 2014 SEMA Show Priority Booth Space Drawing. The e-mails were sent to the “exhibitor contact” that was listed on the space application and include the assigned dates and times (with a one-hour time range), along with important information about the process and a link to the SEMA Show Floorplan.

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