SEMA 2012 Full and Complete Coverage

Reporters: Aubrey Evans and Erica Johnson
Videographer and Photographers: Daryl Pearson, Ricci Reyes, Vincent Navarro, Eric Posner and Thiago Oliveira

Subscribe and mark this page and stay tune as we give you full and complete coverage of SEMA.  We will have model reporters Aubrey Evans and Erica Johnson be your host as they cover the most exciting auto trade show in Las Vegas.  We will have video and photo coverage of all the exhibition halls from the North Hall, Central Hall, South Hall and all the outdoor activities.  We will feature some of the most exciting new and innovative automotive products on the show before it hits the market.  We will also report on the best muscle cars, euro super cars, imports and tuner cars.  And don’t forget we will also post the beautiful trade show models of SEMA working the exhibition halls.

SEMA will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, one of the largest convention centers in the world with 3,200,000 square feet of space.

Located in the Las Vegas Convention Center, represents the fastest growing segment of the specialty automotive aftermarket industry. Eleven miles of aisles packed with profit-making products for several niche markets including, light truck, street rod, wheel/tire, restoration, on-board technology, street performance, off-road, restyling, racing, mobile electronics, import/sport compact performance, powersports and paint and body equipment.

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Located in the Sands Expo Center, represents the do-it-yourself retail aftermarket and the “professionally installed” aftermarket. More than one million square feet of space makes AAPEX your global source for parts, accessories and service equipment. Special show sections include Machine Shop; Paint, Body & Equipment; Tool & Equipment; Medium & Heavy Duty Truck; SUV; Vehicle Technology; Mobile Electronics/ E-Commerce and Auto International.

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Videos and Photos will be available the first day of SEMA, October 30,2012.



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