SATA Withdraws from SEMA 2021

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Due to the pandemic, SATA will not be exhibiting at SEMA 2021. PHOTO SEMA

Dan-Am, SATA’s U.S. distributor, announced that they will be withdrawing from SEMA 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns.

Dan-Am explained their decision in their latest statement:

“We at Dan-Am Company, the Exclusive Independent Importer of SATA in the USA & Puerto Rico, always look forward to working with SATA to provide a great SEMA experience in our booth each year.

“We were excited to go back to SEMA in 2021 after the cancelled 2020 show. However, after careful consideration, Dan-Am Company and SATA will not be exhibiting at SEMA 2021.

“Although this was not an easy decision to make, we needed to consider the rise in COVID-19 cases and our responsibility to protect the health of our staff, customers, and business partners again this year. We very much look forward to the next SEMA show, and we plan to be there in full force in 2022.

“We thank you for your continued support and we are here for all your needs by phone or email. Please feel free to reach out to us anytime.”

SATA’s announcement marks another exhibitor withdrawal with Spanesi announcing theirs at the end of August.

“Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of Spanesi’s customers, distributors, business partners, and staff, we have made the difficult decision not to participate in the 2021 SEMA Show,” stated Timothy W. Morgan, COO of Spanesi Americas.

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