If you are in the automotive industry and you haven’t been
to the SEMA show in Las Vegas every November, well I feel bad for you. It is one of the greatest car shows of the
year. This year, 2014 was probably one of the biggest SEMA shows I have been to
Watching the new Mustangs give rides was pretty cool.
The outside lots were filled with cars and trucks that could
take most of the day to just walk through. If you stopped and spent any time at
any one vehicle, well, you should be planning to go back to the event for a couple
more days. There is no way that a person can see everything in a day. Even if
you are selective at where you stop, it’s going to be a long show. I’m not sure
how many walking miles I put on, but it was a lot. And I hate to say it, I still
So instead of talking about all the stuff I did see and the
things I missed, I’m going to add a few pictures for you to review. I can say,
as a freelance writer the contacts I made are great. I have a number of
projects in the works that can benefit from the business connections. In fact, that’s
what SEAM is really about, business connections in the automotive industry.
Oh and don’t tell Jeanne but there are a few personal things
that I discovered and want for my own vehicles.
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