Gearing up for SEMA 2010

2010 SEMA Show with Sonic Electronix

By Seth Wilde – Product Specialist

It is already that time of the year to pack our bags and drive to Las Vegas for the 2010 SEMA show. Every year, industry professionals from around the world meet in Las Vegas, Nevada to show off the latest in aftermarket automotive equipment.  The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) hosts the event each year in the Las Vegas Convention Center and becomes the destination for hundreds of thousands of people.  Each person that is walking around the convention center from November 2 to November 5 shares a common love, that is, the love for cars. Whether they are an audio guy, a performance guy, a paint guy, a hot rod guy, a Chevy guy, or a Ford guy, they will all be coming together to experience this once a year event.

The Sonic Electronix Press Team will be there in Vegas again this year to bring new coverage to their facebook fans, twitter followers, forum members, and more! Remember to check back on these social media channels (specifically the SEMA 2010 forum) to get up-to-date information, pictures, and videos from the 2010 SEMA show. Sonic Electronix is looking forward to meeting with manufacturers such as Kicker (Stillwater Designs), Metra Electronics, Scosche Industries, Myron and Davis, Kinetik, Rosen Entertainment, Escort, Beltronics, Laser Interceptor, Kleinn Air Horns, Absolute USA, Dual Electronic, Monster and more! But the show isn’t all about the manufacturers. The majority of the SEMA show takes place outside of the booths where the show cars are. Car clubs, private owners, custom shops, performance shops, and others design cars specifically to showcase for the SEMA show.  From racing and performance to mobile electronics and technology, the cars at SEMA have it all. Any mention of SEMA wouldn’t be complete without the girls! The hottest models and the most beautiful women flock to SEMA to complete the show. Get ready for 2010 SEMA coverage next week on

Staff writers at Sonic Electronix are experts in their field. In addition to a complete in-house training program, these experts typically have many years of hands-on experience in their specialty. Some come from car audio installer backgrounds, while others come with extensive retail experience.

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