SIMA SHOW 2021
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) of the car aftermarket was created in 1963 by Vic Edelbrock Jr, Dean Moon, Al Segal, Roy Richter, Phil Weiand Jr, Bob Hedman, Willie Garner, Els Lohn, and also right now consists of 6,383 businesses globally, bringing together aftermarket companies, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), press, automobile dealers, special equipment distributors, installers, retailers as well as restoration specialists.
SEMA offers services for workers of its member businesses which include professional development and education, market analysis, regulatory and legislative advocacy, business publications, international business growth as well as business-to-business events.
SEMA show events held on a yearly basis on November 1 stands out as the SEMA Show in the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada along with the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week. Together with this particular event, SEMA along with other auto aftermarket industry groups constitute among the biggest occasions on the Las Vegas calendar. This auto show isn’t ready to accept the general public. Registration as media, supplier, customer or exhibitor is required.
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic On August 5th, 2020, SEMA announced the cancelation of its 2020 show will be canceled for the very first time in the show’s past. but this year it is on