“Currently, no changes have been made in regard to the annual SEMA Show in November, and many exhibitors have confirmed their participation. As new developments come to light, the association is planning and preparing to make adjustments to ensure the health and welfare of the industry and members,” read a statement from SEMA. “The association’s top priority is the health and safety of the industry, as well as helping members minimize business disruption and succeed during this trying time.”
PRI also confirmed it has made no changes to plans for it’s December show.
The SEMA Show is held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, while Indianapolis, Indiana hosts the PRI Show.
Each organization also indicated that it is working with health officials to determine course of action.
“The COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted businesses around the world, including those in the racing community. PRI is actively monitoring developments and working closely with local, state, national and international health officials to determine how best to assist the industry,” read a statement from PRI. “We are following recommended policies and best practices and will make decisions with the industry’s health and safety as the top priority.”
Account reps and staff from both organizations are available to answer questions and provide additional details.