SEMA Show Exhibitors Capture Media Attention
Thousands of journalists attend the SEMA Show each year to report on new automotive products and trends. While exhibitors promote their new products at the SEMA Show, media coverage helps reach audiences all over the world. A simple Google search will yield thousands of SEMA Show media clips, but here are a few examples.
While traversing the convention halls at the 2018 SEMA Show, Michael Johnson came across QA1’s booth and its new line of F-100 performance solutions.
Thanks to Johnson, Hot Rod readers are now aware of QA1’s new F-100 rolling frame and suspension systems.
Vinny Costa caught up with Modern Driveline’s Brice Couture at the SEMA Show to discuss the products the company had on display.
Among them were the custom clutches and Tremec transmissions that Modern Driveline uses in its driveline conversion kits.
Author Huw Evans informed his Canadian readers of Polyvance’s new bumper roller kits, which enable repair technicians to push dents out of modern composite bumper covers instead of throwing them away.
Polyvance also won a SEMA Global Media Award for its product.
Heard on Social Media
“Atturo Tire will have its largest booth yet at the SEMA Show this year. Here’s a look at what will be on display.”—Tire Review, via Facebook
“Unplugged Performance introduced a wicked wide-body Tesla Model S kit at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Check it out!”—Automobile, via Twitter
“We stop by the Forgeline booth at the SEMA Show to see what’s in store for 2019.”—Ford NXT, via Facebook
“Another hot product from the 2018 SEMA Show was FAST’s LSXHR 103mm intake manifold. This is the industry’s first polymer-constructed tunnel ram-style intake manifold.”—Summit Racing, via Twitter