Buyers to See More Than 500 First-Time SEMA Show Exhibitors - BodyShop Business

Buyers to See More Than 500 First-Time SEMA Show Exhibitors

Among the more than
2,000 companies that will be exhibiting at the 2011 SEMA Show are 528
first-time exhibitors. While the new exhibitors can be found throughout the Las
Vegas Convention Center, the majority of the first-time exhibitors are from the
restyling, racing & performance and truck sections of the show.

"Every year, hundreds of new exhibitors come to the
SEMA Show to showcase new, innovative products," said Peter MacGillivray,
SEMA VP of events and communications. "With nearly half of this year’s new
exhibitors representing core sections of our industry, we’re excited to see
what amazing products and accessories they’ll be bringing."

To make it simple for buyers to navigate the 1-million
square foot Las Vegas Convention Center, SEMA Show exhibitors are sectionalized
by 12 market categories: Collision Repair & Refinish; Global Tire Expo, powered by TIA; Restoration Marketplace; Business Services; Mobile Electronics
& Technology; Powersport & Utility Vehicles; Trucks, SUVs, Off-Road;
Hot Rod Alley; Wheels Accessories; Tools & Equipment; Racing &
Performance; Restyling & Car Care Accessories.


More information:

SEMA Show

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