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Stacey Phillips is an award-winning writer for the automotive industry based in Southern California. She has more than 25 years of experience as an editor and writer and has assisted a wide range of businesses and fields. In addition, Stacey has co-authored two books.

 

She can be reached at stacey@radiantwriting.com. 

 
Monday, 25 October 2021 23:34

What to Expect at SEMA 2021

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Automotive celebrities, vehicle debuts from major OEMs and the latest developments in equipment and tooling will all be part of the SEMA Show this year in Las Vegas, NV.

Following last year’s virtual event, SEMA 360, show organizers have planned a live show this year with COVID-19 protocols in place. The four-day event takes place Nov. 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

 

SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association, was founded in 1963 and represents the $47.89 billion specialty automotive industry. The SEMA Show is a trade-only industry event.

 

This year’s show is the first industry-wide, in-person gathering since 2019, and will include more than 1,300 exhibitors, approximately 1,000 vehicles and nearly 50,000 registered buyers to date.

 

“With two years’ worth of innovation, the SEMA Show is going to be jam-packed with excitement,” said Tom Gattuso, SEMA VP of events. “We never know what we’ll see at the SEMA Show until we get on the show floor." 

 

There will be exhibits in four halls, including the newly constructed 1.4 million-square foot West Hall.

 

The Collision Repair & Refinish exhibits, typically located in North Hall, have been relocated to the South upper hall. This section will showcase collision repair products, paint booths and equipment, tools, accessories and software and management programs.

 

Show organizers said SEMA is 100% committed to delivering a great show. Face masks are expected to be required while indoors during the event. However, there is currently no requirement to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

 

The SEMA Show App has been updated for 2021 and provides access to...


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