By SEMA Editors
The Priority Booth Space Selection Process will include more than 2,000 exhibiting companies through its conclusion May 16.
Exhibitors have begun selecting their spaces for the 2018 SEMA Show—to be held October 30–November 2, in Las Vegas—during the Priority Booth Space Selection Process, which kicked off April 30 and ends May 16. View the online floorplan (click on the hall you wish to view) and watch as exhibitors secure their locations and confirm their booth numbers.
The Priority Booth Space Selection Process will include more than 2,000 exhibiting companies through its conclusion later this month. Companies that have yet to choose their booth location can check the floorplan throughout the day to see how the layout of the 2018 SEMA Show is developing. About an hour prior to their assigned selection time, exhibitors are encouraged to prepare by viewing the 2018 Show’s floorplan. Updated every 15 minutes, exhibitors can monitor their desired sections to gain a general idea of where they want to display.
The Central Hall—which includes the Racing & Performance, Hot Rod Alley, Restoration Marketplace and First-Time & Featured Exhibitors sections—and the North Hall—which features the Collision Repair & Refinish, Mobile Electronics & Technology, Restyling & Car Care Accessories and Tools & Equipment sections—are almost full. The Upper South Hall—which includes Trucks, SUV & Off-Road; Powersports & Utility Vehicles; First-Time & Features Exhibitors; and Business Services—and Lower South Hall—which includes the Global Tire Expo Powered by TIA and Wheels & Tires—are currently being filled.
Exhibitors should have been contacted via email with their date and booth selection time range by April 27. Those who did not receive a correspondence, want to change the primary Show contact listed on their application, or have any other questions or concerns should contact a sales representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909-396-0289.
Companies interested in buying a booth at the upcoming event can visit the SEMA Show website for more information; however, these exhibitors are not eligible to participate in the current space selection process.