Thursday, 02 September 2021 20:39

Answers to Your SEMA Show Questions

Written by Della Domingo, SEMA
SEMA Vice President of Events Tom Gattuso. SEMA Vice President of Events Tom Gattuso.


...for masks to be worn by all individuals while indoors in Las Vegas regardless.


This is an example of the confusion that recent changes have created. We will have greater clarity about the November requirements for trade shows in the coming weeks, and will announce details at that time. 


Lots of people are saying they want proof of vaccination, masks, pre-event testing. Why not set those requirements now?


The COVID-19 landscape is changing week to week. We need to rely on the health experts and believe that the safety measures that will make sense to the greatest number of people are the measures that Nevada health authorities will have in place after a few more weeks pass, and we get closer to our November Show dates.


What are the other health and safety measures for the SEMA Show that are in place?


The basics for a successful 2021 SEMA Show are already in place and we are prepared for the industry to reconnect in November.


Inside the LVCC, there is an upgraded GBAC Star Certified Air System. This is a hospital-grade system and represents the highest standard for daily cleaning and sanitization. The new West Hall also provided us with higher ceilings and 25% more space, so we can spread out more and have wider aisles throughout the entire convention center and accommodate attendees to...

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