SEMA Show News

New Wheel Designs Debut at the 2018 SEMA Show

Adding new wheels is still typically among the first modifications consumers make to their vehicles. Whether their vision is to improve aesthetics or performance, this segment of the automotive specialty-equipment market has the potential to make their ride stand out from the rest of the pack.

Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Lower South Hall at the SEMA Show is home to the Global Tire Expo, where more than 200 exhibitors feature their products. In addition to tires for cars, trucks and off-road applications, the section includes accessories and equipment related to tire-pressure monitoring systems and repairs.

2018 Global Tire Expo

The Global Tire Expo at the SEMA Show brings together every element of the tire industry to share ideas and do business. Powered by the Tire Industry Association (TIA), the Global Tire Expo draws attendees from around the world, providing a firsthand look at the latest in trends, technology and products.

International Media Votes Are In

The SEMA Show is an increasingly international platform for companies to display their latest products and promote their brand awareness to not only a U.S. audience but also to buyers and media from 135 countries. In recognition of that global trend, a select group of 30 leading enthusiast media from 19 countries served as Global Media Awards (GMA) judges.

10 Benefits of Booking Your SEMA Show Hotel Room Through SEMAShow.com

SEMA Show management has secured discounted rates with nearly 40 hotels in Las Vegas for the 2019 SEMA Show.

SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit—Learn to Exhibit Like a Pro!

Registration is now open for the 2019 SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit, the most complete and cost-effective way to plan for the 2019 SEMA Show.

2019 SEMA Show Airfare Discounts Available

The 2019 SEMA Show takes place Tuesday–Friday, November 5–8, in Las Vegas.

SEMA Appoints Tom Gattuso Vice President of Events

Gattuso has nearly 25 years of event-management experience, including eight years as SEMA director of trade shows.

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