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SEMA Show 2004 Space Selection Begins in February

Online space selection for the SEMA Show 2004 will begin the week of Feb. 9. The trade show is scheduled to take place Nov. 2 through Nov. 5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The online selection for exhibit location will be made according to a company's seniority as SEMA Show exhibitor, and their membership in SEMA and/or the Tire Industry Association (TIA).

DIAMOND BAR, CA — Online space selection for the SEMA Show 2004 will begin the week of Feb. 9. The trade show is scheduled to take place Nov. 2 through Nov. 5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The online selection for exhibit location will be made according to a company’s seniority as SEMA Show exhibitor, and their membership in SEMA and/or the Tire Industry Association (TIA).

The companies that have sent in their space agreement and deposit will receive notice of their prescheduled call time from SEMA show management. During the actual space-selection, the company representative will use the telephone call with his or her show management account executive to select the company’s exhibit location while viewing the show’s floor plan via the Internet.

Companies interested in exhibiting at SEMA Show 2004 that have not yet sent in their space request may request an exhibitor kit from SEMA at [email protected] or 702-450-7662. For more information about SEMA Show 2004, contact SEMA Show Management at 909-396-0289, ext. 120.

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