SEMA Show attendees will be required to wear face masks or face shields during the 2020 event as part of a proactive plan to prevent the spreading of germs and provide exhibitors and attendees with a safe environment where they will be able to conduct business. With 1,800 exhibiting companies participating in the upcoming event Nov. 3-6, 2020 in Las Vegas, the annual show will include several precautions and preventive safety measures.
“Just like the world we live in today, this year’s SEMA Show will be different,” said Tom Gattuso, vice president of events for SEMA. “We recognize the challenges that the industry is going through, and we’ve made changes so that the industry will be able to gather and conduct business safely.”
In addition to adhering to best practices, show organizers released a video that outlines additional precautions that will be taken to focus on the health and well-being of those at the SEMA Show.
Watch SEMA's video and read more about the safety guidelines here.