Coming Together: SEMA Show Priority Space Selection process and floor plan design to begin next week

Las Vegas, Nevada – As exhibitors prepare to choose their exhibit locations for the 2021 SEMA Show, excitement continues to grow for the annual trade show taking place Nov. 2-5 in Las Vegas, Nev.

More than 1,700 companies will take part in the annual SEMA Show Priority Space Selection process, held June 7 to 23. 

“Anticipation for this year’s SEMA Show has increased as we get closer to Priority Space Selection and exhibitors begin making plans,” said Tom Gattuso, SEMA vice president of events. “Exhibitors are excited to know where their booth is going to be so they can start to plan what their exhibit is going to look like and how to effectively connect and conduct business with attendees.”

This year’s show will include exhibit space in all four Las Vegas Convention Center halls, including the newly constructed West Hall, a 1.4-million square feet facility that will be used to enhance the attendee experience. 

Once the Priority Space Selection process is completed, Show organizers will begin adding meeting rooms for seminars and areas for special displays and interactive attractions throughout the 3.2-million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center.

The show’s floor plan will begin to take shape June 7. However, as exhibitors select their space, the floor plan will be updated several times throughout the day at www.semashow.com.

“Our work creating this year’s floor plan to meet the demands of the aftermarket industry has only just begun,” said Gattuso. “The enthusiasm to reconnect in person can be felt throughout the industry, so this year’s SEMA Show will be essential in helping businesses move forward.”

For more information or to register to attend the 2021 SEMA Show, visit www.semashow.com.


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