Las Vegas, Nev. – U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) attended the final day of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“I thank the organizers of SEMA for giving me an inside look at one of the most important trade conventions in Las Vegas. These conventions are perfect opportunities to highlight local small businesses in Nevada, and throughout the country, while also continuing to highlight Las Vegas as one of the premier convention destinations in America. The local businesses I met with today continue to show why Nevada is the ‘Innovation State.’ I’ll continue to support these local small businesses and exhibitors that bring revenue into our communities and create good paying jobs in Nevada.”
The SEMA Show is an annual automotive trade event featuring two million square feet of vehicles and auto parts, educational seminars, and product demonstrations. It draws nearly 70,000 foreign and domestic buyers to Las Vegas each year.