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We'll see you in Las Vegas! SEMA 2018 is next week

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Zane Merva

Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com



GM-Trucks.com will be making our annual trek to Las Vegas next week for the 2018 SEMA Show. We're excited to be going back to Sin City after our trip last year was sidelined by a freak windstorm. 


What is the SEMA Show? It's the largest business to business automotive trade show in the world. Over 150k industry buyers, media, and representatives are slated to attend the three day show next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The public isn't invited, so getting into the place isn't as easy as most would like. 


Inside, the SEMA Show is an verified automotive candy store. Custom cars, parts, aftermarket accessories, paints, wheels, and anything automotive is on display for your viewing pleasure. Experts are on hand to answer any questions you have about anything. For many automotive industry giants  SEMA holds the key to another year of sales contacts and business success. It's the only time of the year where all of their suppliers, distributors, and customers are in one place. The SEMA Show is LIFE to many automotive companies. 


Which is exactly why we attend every year we can. To sample the industry vibe, see the new products, and say hi to old friends. 


Join us next Tuesday and Wednesday as myself, @Josh and @Chris walk the show floor and share with you the best of the automotive world. 


While you're excited, head on over to our YouTube channel and subscribe! We'll be going LIVE from the show and bringing you along for the ride. 


The GM-Trucks.com YouTube Channel


Here's some photos from SEMA over the past few years. 

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Research SEMA and the SEMA Show on Wikipedia


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Hey guys,


APC Bearings will be there as well. Motivated to look for opportunities !

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