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Any idea how to get SEMA tickets if you are not in the automotive industry? Theres got to be some way.
 

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rippinbyu said:
Any idea how to get SEMA tickets if you are not in the automotive industry? Theres got to be some way.
I do some work in the industry, and might be able to go- but then again I want to go. If I can score extra passes, I will advise.

Check with Del Rosario at Motor City- he's connected. His Supra was in it a few years back...
 

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Step 1: Get tickets.

Step 2: Trying to find a hotel room with a 300 mile radius. SEMA's bigger now then COMDEX was in its heyday.

BTW, a good strategy, once you've got tickets, is to show up the first day of the event. There are always cancellations -- so you can sneak in under the wire at a good place like Bellagio.
 

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rippinbyu said:
Any idea how to get SEMA tickets if you are not in the automotive industry? Theres got to be some way.
Log onto the below site. It is the site for NACE, which is the other automotive show going on at the same time (different hall). With a NACE badge, you can get into SEMA and APEX as well. It will cost you $10.00 pre-registered (I think?). You can just register as an "attendee"", and put "guest" as your position. Should be no problem.

http://www.naceexpo.com/nace05/public/enter.aspx
Let me know if you have a problem.

p.s. Above is correct. Getting a room will be the tough part. There are some available, but it will be $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!
 
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