The past few months have seen the postponement or cancellation of various motorshows and motoring events. And we’re talking about international ones like the Geneva Motor Show, among others. The latest one to announce that it won’t be pushing through for 2020 is the Specialty Equipment Market Association or SEMA Show.
Slated for November of this year, SEMA organizers have said that the uncertainty of the current situation, as well as the health and safety of exhibitors and the general public made them decide to call off the show for the time year.
All is not lost, however, as organizers and industry players are looking at options like staging the show virtually. Over the past few years, there has been a growing interest in virtual SEMA events and presentations and this could be a good opportunity to try it.
Once things do clear up and we finally get past this pandemic, rest assured that SEMA and other motorshows will be back to welcome visitors. For now, everyone is encouraged to stay safe.