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SEMA Announces Expansion to 2015 Floor

New First-Time and Featured Exhibitors area will also include a transportation hub and serve as a primary thoroughfare into the 2015 SEMA Show.

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The 2015 SEMA Show will include a new expansion area to accommodate additional exhibitors, according to the show’s organizers.

Located in the outside area south of the Las Vegas Convention Center (adjacent to the Renaissance Hotel), this new First-Time and Featured Exhibitors area will also include a transportation hub and serve as a primary thoroughfare into the 2015 SEMA Show. With the addition of this area, the SEMA Show will have four designated First-Time and Featured Exhibitors areas.

“Industry professionals value and rely on the SEMA Show to do business,” said Peter MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of communications and events. “The expansion areas make it possible for more businesses in the industry to participate in the show.”

First-Time and Featured Exhibitors areas serve as extensions to the SEMA Show’s 12 designated floor sections, allowing additional manufacturers the opportunity to participate in and meet with buyers during the annual trade show, show organizers said.

The show’s organizers also announced that the 2015 SEMA Show will not include the Gold Pavilion this year. Instead, the area across the street from Paradise Road will accommodate parking during the 2015 SEMA Show and will feature the second annual SEMA Ignited event after the SEMA Show closes Nov. 6.

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The 2015 SEMA Show will take place in Las Vegas Nov. 3-6. To view the online floorplan or for more details, visit semashow.com.

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