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Tickets for SEMA’S International Auto Salon Go on Sale

Tickets are now on sale for the SEMA International Auto Salon-Atlantic City, the compact performance show set for the Atlantic City Convention Center, Saturday-Sunday, May 22-23.

DIAMOND BAR, CA — Tickets are now on sale for the SEMA International Auto Salon-Atlantic City, the compact performance show set for the Atlantic City Convention Center, Saturday-Sunday, May 22-23.

The high-powered show, filled with exhibits of the newest automotive products and systems and displaying the best of compact performance and urban vehicles, will also feature entertainment by popular DJs Kid Capri and Skribble, as well as a ride and drive program. A swap meet within the show will allow show attendees to buy products for their project vehicles.

This is the first time SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association, has brought this popular youth-vehicle market event to the East Coast. SEMA held its first compact performance show in 1998 at the Los Angeles Fairplex. Since then, the show has outgrown the Fairplex and its second home at the Long Beach Convention Center. It is now held in the Los Angeles Convention Center. The International Auto Salon-Los Angeles 2004 will take place this coming weekend, with a trade/industry-only day on Friday, April 2. Consumer days for the West Coast IAS are Saturday-Sunday, April 3-4.

Tickets are $15 and admit one person to the Salon for one day. The Salon is open to the public from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday, May 22, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 23. Tickets purchased through www.SEMAias.com guarantee admission to the popular event.

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