SEMA Show 2011 Kicks Off in Las VegasNovember 3rd, 2011 by Editor
Never disappointing attendees, the SEMA Show is in full swing in Sin City. With a busy crowd on Tuesday and Wednesday the show brought attendees from across the globe to see the latest products and vehicles in the restyling industry. Many exhibitors commented on the highly international crowd at this year’s show.
“The show has been excellent so far,” says John Austin of Novacel. “We’ve had a lot of people coming by the booth and asking questions and we have seen a lot of international visitors stopping by as well.”
“One of the most notable observations is that we have seen a dozen or so international dealers just in the first morning,” says Jeffrey Plummer of Madico Window Films. “We saw people from the Middle East and Asia and I think we will continue to see that throughout the show.”
Attendees were able to view paint protection products as well as updated versions of their favorite film products, including ceramic films.
“We have new ceramic products, both for automotive and flat glass,” says Michael Martin of American Standard Window Film (ASWF). “Our new Legend product is available in 15-50 VLT’s and give the user nice heat rejection and no interference.”
“We have our different lines of ceramic films here, just like we did last year,” says Urmi Asher of Premier Window Films. “We are trying to broaden what we can do for our customers with a lot more choices now.”
The show continues through Friday, November 4. Stay tuned to windowfilmmag.com for updates from the show floor.