SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 46, November 18, 2010

2010 SEMA Show Video Highlights

  The 2010 SEMA Show attracted more than 100,000 attendees.

The media is putting the final edits to a plethora of video highlights from the 2010 SEMA Show. While every broadcast outlet serves a unique market, the subjects of these short clips represent a brief overview of arguably some of the most significant presentations, products and people at this year's Show. The following is a sample of Show coverage that will be playing on computer desktops across the globe throughout the next year.

  • Mike Levine from takes a look at bed extenders,
    camping equipment and the latest in LED lights at the 2010 SEMA Show in
    Las Vegas.

  • Ivy Hartman of filed this report detailing why the 2010 SEMA Show represented a massive gathering of small businesses, with one goal in mind—accelerating growth.

  • Dr. Jamie Meyer of GM Performance Parts discusses the release of GM's first-ever emissions compliant engine package: the E-ROD LS3. Chris Rauser reveals the newest graphic options from Chevrolet. And finally, Alan Batey of General Motors celebrates the Chevrolet Camaro winning the SEMA Award for hottest car.

  • G4TV's Blair Herter heads to Las Vegas to scope out The 2010 SEMA Show. Here's a rough cut of some highlights from his first day at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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