Nearly 2,000 Companies Pick Their Spots on the SEMA Show Floor

SEMA News—June 2013

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Nearly 2,000 Companies Pick Their Spots on the SEMA Show Floor

 

The 2013 SEMA Show is expected to attract more than 60,000 buyers from throughout the world.
The 2013 SEMA Show is expected to attract more than 60,000 buyers from throughout the world.  

   

Nearly 2,000 companies participated in the 2013 SEMA Show priority booth selection process that was conducted in May. The number represents a 6% increase over the number of companies that participated in the process in 2012.

“With the increased commitment exhibitors are demonstrating, it’s apparent that the SEMA Show provides unmatched brand-building visibility and sales exposure in one venue,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of communications and events.

In addition to the increased participation in booth-space selection and exhibitor commitment, SEMA Show management announced that 93% of the buyers that attended the 2012 SEMA Show reported that the Show was worth the time and cost to attend and were pleased with the quality and variety of the exhibitors on display.

The 2013 Show is expected to attract more than 60,000 buyers from throughout the world. Exhibitors annually capitalize on the high exhibitor draw through the SEMA Show’s programs and features, such as the New Products Showcase, product demonstrations and the sectionalized floorplan. These services are the keys to connecting with the most relevant buyers.

Companies interested in exhibiting at the 2013 SEMA Show—which will be held Tuesday through Friday, November 5–8, in Las Vegas—are encouraged to secure booth space by using the “Buy A Booth” link available on the homepage of
www.SEMAShow.com. For additional information on the Show, contact Show management at salesmgr@convexx.com, or call 702-450-7662 x120.

 

 

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