The 2020 SEMA Show, taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada from 3 to 6 November, has opened its registration to attendees.
SEMA says the annual gathering has been set at a time when analysts anticipate the marketplace will begin its path to recovery, which event organisers believe will position the show to be vital in helping businesses move toward a successful 2021.
Show organisers say they are actively working with leading experts to develop standards and protocols to create an optimal environment for conducting business, focusing on the health and wellbeing of those at the event.
“We know the SEMA Show this year will be fundamental to helping businesses connect and move forward,” said Tom Gattuso, SEMA Vice President of Events. “We take that role very seriously, but not at the expense of the health and safety of the industry. We’re confident that we will build a suitable environment that gives people certainty that they are not at risk to congregate, yet still leverages the show’s position on the calendar to help the industry recover more quickly.”
Gattuso noted that the show will likely look different from previous SEMA events, but assured the industry that what will remain the same is the level of value and quality of business that visitors are used to.
The SEMA Show is not open to the public, nor are there tickets or passes available for sale. Everyone must qualify to receive a badge and attend the event based on provided documents verifying their employment in the automotive aftermarket industry. For more information about qualifying documents and the 2020 SEMA Show or to register, click here.