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AA Presents: 2004 SEMA Show

Automotive Industry News : SEMA Show Last Updated: Aug 28th, 2006 - 01:36:21

AA Presents: 2004 SEMA Show
By Mike Cervantes
Oct 31, 2004, 10:37

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October marked just the third full month of operations for AutomotiveArticles.com. During those short 31 days, we’ve taken you to Paris for the debut of new vehicles like the BMW M5 and Audi A3, we’ve given you a first peak at the new Hummer H3, and we’ve brought you the best tech articles on the web. In return, you’ve given us one of our most successful months ever as thousands of new visitors turned to AA as their source for all information automotive related.


As a way of saying “thanks,” we’re heading to Las Vegas, Nevada to bring you the very latest from the 2004 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show, better known as SEMA Show 2004. Singularly the most important event of the year in the tuner market, SEMA is all about debuting the latest and greatest ideas for customizing your car, truck, SUV, boat, just about anything that moves and has an engine. Though, perhaps, what enthusiasts love the most are the fully tuned vehicles. Whether they be from OEM brands like Honda and Ford, or from the aftermarket companies, count on AutomotiveArticles.com to bring you the hottest cars from America’s hottest industry trade show.


Heading up the team will be AutomotiveArticles.com Technical Editor Jacob Isaac-Lowry; Igor Sushko, AutomotiveArticles.com Publisher and Founder of Automotive Network, Inc.; and myself. With a crew like this, you never know what to expect. Frankly, I’d advise everyone to be afraid. Very afraid. I know I am. Still, as terrifying as we may be, you can count on one thing: It’s going to be an interesting week.


So thanks again for the great October, and we’ll see you in the city of sin.

Mike Cervantes



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