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Comparing SEMA360 to the SEMA Show

Comparing SEMA360 to the SEMA Show

Instead of staying at a hotel and packing comfortable shoes, buyers and manufacturers will want to prepare for SEMA360 by setting up their workstations with a comfortable chair and fully charged computer. Taking place 100% online, SEMA360 is not meant to be a replacement for the in-person SEMA Show in Las Vegas. SEMA360 is, however, a great option for buyers and manufacturers looking for a trade-only environment that is focused on new products, feature vehicles, educational seminars, and bringing industry professionals together to do business.
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SEMA360 Planning Checklist

How do you prepare for a first-time, all-new event? This handy checklist will help guide you to a successful SEMA360 experience.
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Take the Guesswork Out of Digital Marketing

As businesses invest more in online marketing and strive to meet customers where they are at, the SEMA360 Education Seminar Program has several sessions dedicated to digital marketing. Everything you need to know about digital marketing will be addressed during the week.
Mark Your Calendar for These Sessions →

Important Deadlines for SEMA360

This Friday, October 9, is the last day for Manufacturers to secure a Showcase Page. It’s also the last day for manufacturers or builders to enter the Builder Showcase.
Check out other important SEMA360 deadlines here →

Special Promos and a Peek at What Manufacturers Have Planned for SEMA360

Manufacturers are beginning to announce their plans for SEMA360. Buyers will be able to see new lighting products from ORACLE Lights and Redline Detection, and Sharpline Converting Inc. will be offering discounted pricing on its latest products.
See what other manufacturers are participating and start making your list of who to visit →