Fire it up: SEMA is almost here
Huge car show offers fun, thrills, networking and innovation
Car enthusiasts, buyers, dealers, franchisors and fans are revving up for the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show, set for Oct. 31-Nov. 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
This is the largest private car, parts and accessories show in the world, and last year’s SEMA show attracted some 70,000 people. It is not open to the general public, so attendees get a private and personal look at the hottest trends on the market today.
Here are five reasons to attend the SEMA show this year:
- New products: Learn about the hottest new products and innovations on the auto market at the popular New Products Showcase. Twelve sections of displays last year featured 3,000 new parts, accessories and tools.
- Build your business: Showcase your products, knowledge and brand with the vast crowd of auto enthusiasts. Meet others in the industry and build relationships. Trust us, you want to be seen at this event. It could help build your bottom line heading into 2018.
- Indulge your passion: If you are a fan of cars – and motorcycles and trucks and virtually anything else with wheels and an engine – you can see the rides as well as the products that enhance them. At least 1,500 vehicles of all kinds will be on site for demonstrations – or just sitting around looking pretty.
- Get smarter: 50 business seminars are set throughout the duration of the show. Trade war stories, compare products and get tips on further enhancing and building your business and its products.
- Be entertained: While Las Vegas is not lacking in entertainment options, your fun can be enhanced by multiple vehicle demonstrations, ranging from drifting to professional racing and precision demos. The SEMA “cruise” is always a hit, as more than 1,000 vehicles of all shapes and sizes and types exit the conference en masse at its conclusion.
SEMA also offers a chance to build your team and enhance cooperation through this amazing shared experience.
Get fired up. SEMA’s almost here. For more information or to register, go to the SEMA site.