Although the SEMA Show is not open to the general public, every year since the peak of the global recession (roughly 2008) it seems to expand in terms of venue size and attendance. This year the show allegedly drew in 60,000 domestic and international buyers and featured nearly 2,500 new parts. Of course seeing parts and rad project car builds is cool, but if you're lucky, the booths you check out will have hired a few booth babes to add a little fun and excitement to your visit.
Contrary to the celebrating you'd expect in Vegas, SEMA is hard work. You have to give props to the ladies who can party all night and look like they had a solid eight hours of sleep (when they really only had two, if that) the next day. We compiled a few photos of our favorite booth professionals who lured us in like mythological sirens.