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Semashow.Com Provides Opportunity to "Plan Your Work" Before "Working Your Plan" in Las Vegas

September 3, 2002

The SEMA Show's newly

redesigned website,, allows exhibitor personnel to access pertinent dates and times, the

floor plan, regulations, and update their own exhibit data,

according to Peter

MacGillivray, SEMA vice president of sales and marketing.

"Our comprehensive site provides everything an exhibitor or

an attendee needs to know before he or she gets to Las

Vegas," said MacGillivray.

For the attendees, the Show website provides the opportunity

to register online for $10 (discounted from $50) until

Friday, Sept. 27, and a personal online briefcase which helps

people plan their show itinerary and map their route through

the four-day show.

The Show's floor plan shows the locations

of the approximately 1,400 exhibits in the newly expanded Las

Vegas Convention Center. Information about travel and

accommodations is available to all parties visiting the site.

SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association, designed

the site so that automotive aftermarket industry

professionals could access the information from anywhere in

the world at any time of the day or night to suit their

personal needs, MacGillivray said. The website has a complete

schedule of all events, including the nearly four-dozen

educational programs scheduled around the SEMA Show hours. also has some initial information about the

2003 SEMA Show for exhibitors. The space selection for the

2003 SEMA Show, scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 4 through Friday,

Nov. 7, will be held during the 2002 Show this November for

those companies who have reserved 2003 space. Potential

exhibitors can download the application for 2003 SEMA Show

space, as well as the 2003 show regulations. also links to other SEMA sites, including

SEMA's consumer website,

The 2002 SEMA Show will be held from Tuesday, Nov. 5 -

Friday, Nov. 8, in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Show

hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and 9

a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. SEMA's Innovations Day is Monday, Nov.

4, preceding the show.

This year's SEMA Show will be organized into ten sections for

the convenience of buyers. The sections are named:

International Tire Expo; Mobile Electronics & Technology;

Racing & Performance; Restoration Marketplace; Restyling &

Accessories Center; Street Rod Alley; Trucks, SUVs, Truck

Caps & Accessories; Wheels & Performance Tires; (the all-new)

Performance Marine Pavilion; and General. Icons for each of

the sections will help direct buyers and exhibiting personnel

through the Show.

More information about the 2002 SEMA Show is available at or by contacting ConvExx, Show Management,

at, or 702/450-7662. SEMA staff may be

reached at 909/396-0289.

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