2013 SEMA Show Opens in Vegas


The 2013 SEMA (Special Equipment Market Association) show opened on November 5th in Las Vegas. Attendees are projected to include 130,000 professionals from more than 130 countries. The show is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It runs through Friday, November 8th.

The show includes 2,500 exhibitors covering over 1 million square feet of convention center space. Most of the exhibitors are small business owners looking to make some profitable connections.

The show includes almost 2,000 never before seen products. Statistics from the 2012 show indicate that 60% of attendees planned to buy something that they experienced for the first time at the show.

Special appearances include master builders Troy Trepanier and Chip Foose, NASCAR drivers Jeff Gordon and Danica Patrick and many more. A complete schedule can be viewed at www.semashow.com/celebrities

The show also includes events meant to give industry professionals the opportunity to network with each other. For a schedule of special events check www.semashow.com/special-events.

The show also offers SEMA Show Education Days. There are both free and paid courses available. The courses offer attendees the opportunity to learn about current trends that might impact their businesses. To see available classes go to www.semashow.com/education.

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