By Becca Butler
Exhibitor Summit participants will connect with advisors, tour the facilities and learn everything they need to know to be successful at the SEMA Show.
Limited space is still available for the 2015 Exhibitor Summit, June 8–10, in Las Vegas. During the two-and-a-half-day program, exhibitors get insight into the SEMA Show and learn how to best prepare for the annual trade event taking place in November.
Presented by Show organizers, the SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit is similar to a college orientation in which participants connect with advisors, tour the facilities and learn everything they need to know to be successful at the Show. Exhibitors will learn:
- Cost-saving options when setting up a booth.
- Who to call if there are problems during the Show.
- When the best time is to set up a booth.
- How to best promote new products for free.
- What to do if a shipment does not arrive as scheduled.
- Tips for driving traffic to your booth.
“While the SEMA Show is filled with buyers, media and lots of great opportunities, it’s not enough for exhibitors to just show up,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of communications and events. “We constantly offer dozens of programs to help exhibitors be successful. The Summit is one of the best opportunities that we have to connect with exhibitors and outline all the resources that are available.”
To make it easy and affordable for exhibitors to attend, there are a limited number of hotel rooms for the Summit at no cost to participants. All meals are included, although participants are responsible for travel to and from Las Vegas. Certain conditions do apply and are explained on the Exhibitor Summit website. Space is limited—register now online.