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Nitto Tire “LiveFromSEMA” Platform Available

New interactive platform where viewers can stay updated on SEMA 2013 coverage

Annette Carrion
Nov 1, 2013

For the automotive enthusiasts that can’t make it to the 2013 SEMA Show Nov. 5-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nitto Tire has got you covered. The tire company partnered with the show to deliver event coverage to automotive enthusiasts around the world with its interactive “LiveFromSEMA” platform.

Throughout the event week, fans can visit www.livefromSEMA.com to view the latest news and original photography relating to the SEMA show. Additionally, viewers are encouraged to interact with editors to make requests and specify what they would like to see covered by tweeting @LivefromSEMA using the hashtag #SEMA Requests.

For those who will be at the show, they can also contribute to the conversation by using the hashtag #LivefromSEMA (both Twitter and Instagram) to promote their own content.

The SEMA show is a huge trade event with tons of hot products, insane car builds and unveilings. Being such a large event it can be easy to miss something, which is why Nitto Tire’s “LiveFromSEMA” platform may come as a helpful tool when looking for the going’s on there throughout the week.

For more information, please visit http://livefromsema.nittotire.com/

By Annette Carrion
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