SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 26, June 30, 2016

FOX Sports, High Impact Television and SEMA Announce One-Hour Televised Special

By Della Domingo

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The SEMA Show serves as the premier event for the automotive aftermarket, bringing manufacturers together with buyers from all over the world.
   

FOX Sports has selected High Impact Television (HIT) to produce a one-hour television special covering the 50th SEMA Show. For more than 20 years, HIT has produced auto show specials, including the Los Angeles, New York and Detroit Auto Shows, for multiple networks, such as FOX Sports, NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC and ESPN.

“From all of the customization and accessories to drifting and rock crawling, it’s all at SEMA. This show is the center of the universe for what’s happening in the car world,” says Tore Dietrich, the TV show’s host. “And since the SEMA Show is a trade-only event and not open to the public, we are really excited to be bringing the SEMA Show to automotive enthusiasts in an all-access way that they’ve never seen.”

“We are very excited to be working with FOX Sports and High Impact Television in giving automotive enthusiasts and the general population an inside look at the 2016 SEMA Show, especially, since 2016 is our 50th Anniversary celebration. Anyone who drives a car or truck will be amazed at the things they will see, and we are proud to be sharing the excitement that happens at the SEMA Show with everyone,” said Della Domingo, SEMA public relations director.

The SEMA Show takes place Tuesday–Friday, November 1–4, 2016, in Las Vegas. The trade-only event serves as the premier event for the automotive aftermarket, bringing manufacturers together with buyers from all over the world.

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