By Della Domingo
High Impact Television (HIT) and FOX Sports are returning to Las Vegas to produce a one-hour television special covering the 2017 SEMA Show.
SEMA is pleased to announce that High Impact Television (HIT) and FOX Sports are returning to the SEMA Show to produce a one-hour television special covering the 2017 Show. Last year’s FOX Sports SEMA Show television special was a huge success and has aired 16 times to date.
“SEMA is an incredible automotive event, and we are very excited to be returning in 2017 to produce another television special for FOX Sports. Our show gives viewers an insiders’ look at all that SEMA has to offer,” says Tore Dietrich, host of Fox Sports’ one-hour SEMA special.
The 2017 SEMA Show takes place Tuesday–Friday, October 31–November 3, in Las Vegas.
“We are extremely pleased and excited to be working again with FOX Sports and High Impact Television for the second consecutive year. The SEMA Show is a trade show that is not open to the public, so it’s great that the Fox Sports Television Special is able to share the excitement, the new products and the trends with television viewers,” said Della Domingo, SEMA public relations director.
For more information about the 2017 SEMA Show, visit www.SEMAShow.com.