The SEMA Show is where the automotive aftermarket comes to show off its latest and greatest cars, parts, and products every year.
Competing for attention in a town like Las Vegas is tough, so corporations build massive displays with cars, lighting, music, and eye candy to draw attention to their product’s―instead of the competition’s.
With everyone vying for the attention of buyers and media alike, it can't hurt to have an attractive spokesmodel to help make an impression, take pictures with show attendees, and sign posters. Miss HOT ROD Kristian Mill was even signing posters (showing the 1935 Ford pickup she built) in HOT ROD’s booth.
Here are the photos we snapped of the ladies that were part of the show as we walked through the halls at the Las Vegas Convention center for SEMA 2014.