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SEMA REPORT HIGHLIGHTS THREE PATHS FOR MEMBER COMPANIES IN A CHANGING MARKET


Ford drastically reduced the ordering combinations available on its best-selling F-150 pickup, according to a report in Automotive News, and other manufacturers have moved to reduce the scope and types of options that they would provide at the dealership in order to save on overhead costs. Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.

CLICK HERE TO DEMO YOUR PRODUCT FOR CUSTOMERS

Manufacturers: Demonstrate the quality, reliability and use of your product within the industry by conducting a product demonstration at the upcoming Technical Skills & Training Conference, set for Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28, 2009, in Orlando, Florida.

FORD ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR 2009 PROJECT CARS


The 2010 Mustang is one of several vehicles available in Ford's Project Vehicle Program.

CAR DOMAIN PICKS 10 BEST CARS OF THE 2008 SEMA SHOW


This '31 Studebaker built by Choppin' Block Custom Fab in Fresno, California, and featured in the Toyo Tires display (owned by Toyo's Adrian Puente), won CarDomain's pick for Best Hot Rod.

CarDomain Network recently announced its Best of SEMA 2008 Awards, naming its picks for the top display vehicles at  the SEMA Show. Winners were selected by visitors to the CarDomain website.

SEMA SPEAKS OUT AGAINST SCRAPPAGE


SEMA is working vigorously to challenge scrappage laws that would dismantle America's automotive heritage.

INCREASE SALES, MINIMIZE RETURNS—CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW



The SEMA Business Technology Committee (BTC) invites those attending the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Orlando to attend a special seminar. Titled “Standardized Data—The Path to Profits,” the seminar will cover the benefits of standardizing product data, including increased sales, fewer returns, improved product exposure and faster turnaround.

ZOOM PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS CONSOLIDATES WITH PARENT

Zoom Performance Products announced it will be consolidating with its parent company, Perfection Clutch Co. of Timmonsville, South Carolina. The Zoom facility based in Mooresville, North Carolina, will relocate to the Timmonsville offices, effective December 1, 2008.

<i>HOT ROD</i> HONORS FIVE GAME-CHANGING PERFORMANCE PARTS

While honoring today's new products and innovations, industry leaders at the 2008 SEMA Show New Product Awards Breakfast also recognized great performance parts from the past. Hot Rod magazine inducted five revolutionary products—selected by SEMA members and industry professionals—into its Speed Parts Hall of Fame.

This year’s inductees are:

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