The last day of SEMA was still very busy but easier to get around and we were able to take all of the final photos we need to put together a comprehensive report on SEMA.
The RDE (Repairer Driven Education) series of seminars were extremely successful with great feedback received from attendees including one of the most prolific at attending this sort of event, Marshall Duncan from Narrabri in NSW. He is always so positive and at 71 is an inspiration to everyone.
We did manage to get into a couple of halls not previously visited – the truck aftermarket accessory and the tyres and wheels halls. The booths were large and well presented with exhibitors very happy with SEMA as were the collision repair and hot rod alley/restoration marketplace.
Take a look at the selection of photographs in our final coverage on the website there are a couple from the Sky Villa After Show Party held last night in the old Elvis Presley penthouse suites.
SEMA has once again exceeded expectations and we look forward to SEMA 2017