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SEMA Members Agree on Need for Health Care Reform

SEMA members responded to a comprehensive survey with a clear message that the nation’s health care system is broken. The survey results underscored the need to make tough, balanced decisions to help solve the problem. Issues include whether to require businesses to offer coverage and individuals to buy insurance.  

eBay Motors Signs On to Sponsor SEMA Pinewood Drag Race

Last year's inaugural SEMA Pinewood Drag Race had more than 150 entries and raised about $40,000 for children's charities Childhelp and Victory Junction Gang Camp.

Leading Companies Sign On for 2009 SEMA Show

Attendees checking out one of the hundreds of exhibitor displays at the 2008 SEMA Show.

Crane Cams Plans Restructure, Re-Opening

Last week SEMA eNews reported that Crane Cams had closed operations. Crane's vice president now says the company will restructure and could open within a month.

Spy Shots of the New SEMA Website

Coming soon...the new SEMA.org, an interactive experience focused on creating relevant experiences for members of the specialty-equipment industry while offering the searching and browsing tools to find what you want fast!

Webasto and SEMA Join for ASE A6 Training Workshop

To help installers earn their credentials as SEMA-certified accessory specialists, SEMA and Webasto Product North America have teamed up to host an ASE A6 training workshop on Saturday, March 28. The hands-on workshop launches at the headquarters of Auto Trim of Denver.

Prepare for the A6 exam in an interactive setting where you can ask questions and get the answers you need on the spot. Key focal points include electrical systems, diagnosis and repair, gauges, battery testing, circuits and circuit testing and more.

Local Media Report: Crane Cams Closes Doors

With Crane Cams shuttering operations, products like its legendary cams and these roller rocker arms for Chevy V8s (shown above) may be history.

Razzi President and Founder Tom Hecklinski Remembered

Tom Hecklinski, seen here with SEMA's Ellen McKoy, was instrumental in founding the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) and played a key role in the council’s transition into SEMA. 

Tom Hecklinski, president and founder of Razzi Ground Effects, died on Thursday, February 19, after suffering a heart attack.

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