Publication Tire Business reports that SEMA may be putting a high school-like dress code, including skirt-length, for the women that aftermarket companies use to draw attention to their booths. The booth babes have not been shy with the amount of flesh shown and companies love the crowds they draw, but SEMA is getting worried. The guidelines have not been drawn up yet but SEMA 2005 attendees should expect a cover up in Las Vegas.
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