The space selection provides exhibitors with the opportunity to choose the best locations for their show display, based on seniority.
On May 4, SEMA Show staff will begin contacting each verified exhibitor one at a time. Each exhibitor will speak to a show representative, who will guide them through the entire selection process, help locate a space that best suits the company's needs and answer any exhibitor-related questions.
About an hour prior to the time to select, exhibitors are encouraged to be prepared by viewing the 2020 SEMA Show’s online floorplan. Updated every 30 minutes, exhibitors can see the show take shape and monitor their section for a general idea of where to display.
“The SEMA Show is a reflection of the industry it serves, and what we are seeing with these levels of participation in our space selection process is a resilient group of manufacturers and service providers that want to meet in the 4th quarter and chart the course for business coming out of 2020 and transitioning into next year,” said Tom Gattuso, SEMA vice president of events. “We are committed to build the environment that will be the platform for people to connect in the most safe and productive manner possible.”
Earlier this month, each participating company was contacted via email with their booth selection date and time range. The email was sent to the person listed as the exhibitor’s primary SEMA Show contact.
Companies that have not received a correspondence or want to change the primary show contact listed on the application should email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 909-396-0289.
If the primary contact is not available to receive a phone call at the time of a company's selection, a proxy representative may also be appointed by filling out the proxy form here.
Taking place Nov. 3-6 in Las Vegas, the SEMA Show is a yearly trend-spotting event for buyers, and serves as a reflection of what’s burgeoning in the industry, whether it’s new products, innovative tools to increase production or the latest in application and service techniques.
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