By SEMA Editors
Buyers from the United States who register online on or before Friday, October 12, save more than $50 and have their badges mailed to them in advance of the Show.
The early registration deadline for the 2018 SEMA Show is approaching, giving qualified attendees a chance to save time and money. Buyers from the United States who register online on or before Friday, October 12, save more than $50 and have their badges mailed to them in advance of the Show, which takes place Tuesday–Friday, October 30–November 2, in Las Vegas.
“Our No. 1 advice to SEMA Show attendees is to plan ahead, and that begins with securing credentials well in advance,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of events and business development. “By registering early, buyers can arrive at the Show with their credentials in hand and hit the Show floor without delays—and they save money!”
To qualify for the early discounted fee of just $40 per person, qualified attendees must register online. Badges will be mailed in advance to domestic buyers. The international attendee deadline for having badges mailed was September 14, but those who register before the Show will recieve a confirmation email with a barcode that will make obtaining their badge onsite seemless and easy. Badges for other categories (including media and non-exhibiting manufacturers) are not mailed.
To qualify for buyer badges, applicants may be required to submit proof of employment in the industry. Prior year’s approval does not automatically guarantee approval and qualifying materials may still be required.
Once approved, the badge provides access to the SEMA Show all four days of the event, as well as to the educational seminars and to SEMA Ignited—the official after-party—where the general public is allowed to attend on Friday after the Show closes.
To learn more or to apply, visit www.semashow.com/register.