As reported last week, the 2020 SEMA Show was officially canceled with people wondering why. Here is what SEMA and several industry insiders had to say.
Just over 42 hours after our in-depth article on the 2020 SEMA Show, it has been officially canceled. Here is what SEMA had to say today.
Rumors are swirling about the 2020 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. I speak with industry leaders, the LVCVA, and SEMA’s VP of Events to some answers and insights.
Under the guidelines of the CDC, California, and Los Angeles County, the Petersen Automotive Museum reopens to the public in June 19, 2020.