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SEMA Show 2010: Conclusions

SEMA Show 2010 represented car enthusiasts dream come true. The initiators of the show wished to satisfy every visitor’s desire, alluring them with the most innovative products, each exhibition space being staffed with new interesting parts and the most appealing customized vehicles.

SEMA Show 2010 offered a bundle of opportunities for buyers and exhibitors to get in touch with the latest technologies, ideas, and trends. At SEMA 2010 there were present more than 1,400 custom vehicles and more than 1,500 brand new products presentations available. There were over 1,800 manufacturers and notorious brands coming from all over the world to disclose 2011 captivating trends. Moreover, SEMA was the host for many celebrities like Chip Foose or Rich Evans, who came to amaze us with their unique creations.

The show featured more than 70 free educational seminars aimed to guide the car enthusiasts in their quest for perfect customizations.

The New Products Showcase advertised more than 1,500 innovative car accessories and performance products. Every buyer who participated at this year’s New Products Showcase was offered a scanning fob that collected only the information about the products selected by the customer for printout or to be sent as an e-mail after the Show ended.

The four-wheelers had the chance to demonstrate their great off-road excitement in the SEMA Off-Road Proving Ground segment, sponsored by Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing.

Two new sections, Global Tire Expo, created by the Tire Industry Association and Wheels & Accessories Show made their debut at SEMA. The new exhibitions included recycling, retreading, automotive, educational tracks and more.

The free educational sessions at SEMA included titles as Technology Briefing SuperSesions, Customer Service & Sales Solutions, Marketing; Small-Business Management and other interesting themes.

A segment that bewildered all its audience was Mopar Alley. The Canadian brand chose to exhibit all their masterpieces on their own Alley at SEMA 2010, varying from trucks to super cars.

The Association Center at SEMA Show 2010 offered their clients business insurance and customer credit programs. Also, they provided valuable information about career development, car industry innovations, employee recruitment, technology transfer programs and other data offered by manufacturers.

At the Center for International Commerce there were available free conference spaces, data search systems and Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo, samples of SEMA international reports, Internet access and copy services.

SEMA Vehicle Technology Lab entailed exhibits for racing, mobile-electronics integration, alternative power trains and demonstrations of the high performance of the customized vehicles.

The Hot Rod Alley was a treat for car addicts, abounding in new ravishing products developed to improve the performances of the future customized cars.

Among the most relevant makeovers present at SEMA Show 2010 there could be mentioned: the gorgeous Vaughn Gittin’s RTR-X Mustang, Superformance GS E-Rod, Ring Brothers 1970 Ford Mustang “Dragon”, The Pitt Boss- 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty byAirhead Kustoms and Cars by Kris and the series of Ford Mustang highlighted by the amazing Mustang Boss 302.

Our conclusion is that SEMA is the show where talent, devotion and innovative ideas meet in order to fulfill all the car enthusiasts’ dreams and caprices.

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