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Los Angeles Auto Show Highlights

The Los Angeles Auto Show is the first of the international auto shows and, for that reason, provides an early look at some of the vehicles that could be important to SEMA-member companies in 2014. Shown here are a few of the most interesting cars and trucks. Many of these vehicles and others will be available to SEMA members for Measuring Sessions in the near future, so stay tuned. 

Donate to SEMA Cares Bike Drive for Kids

SEMA Cares is teaming up with Childhelp to purchase bikes for the children of Merv Griffin Village. Childhelp is a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect.

Georgia State Rep. Calvin Hill Passes Away

Georgia State Rep. Calvin Hill, 66, passed away October 30 after battling leukemia.

SEMA Show Banquet Honors Industry Volunteerism, Heritage

The 2013 SEMA Industry Awards Banquet at last week's SEMA Show was a celebration of the commitment and contributions of the professionals that comprise the $30 billion specialty-equipment market.

2013 SEMA Show New Product Awards Winners

The New Product Awards Winners represent the best of more than 2,200 entries submitted by exhibitors at the 2013 SEMA Show.

George Lathouris Named 2013 SEMA Person of the Year

George Lathouris of Keystone Automotive Operations was named the 2013 SEMA Person of the Year. The award was presented to Lathouris—a 36-year marketing veteran and current senior category manager for Keystone in Scranton, Pennsylvania—during the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet at the 2013 SEMA Show.

Take a $50 Chance to Win an $80,000 Truck!

The WD-40/SEMA Cares Foose Ford F-150 off-road truck that was revealed at the 2013 SEMA Show last week is now available through a raffle at $50 per ticket.

Councils and Networks Honor Award Winners at SEMA Show

A council and network tradition at the SEMA Show is to recognize individuals and businesses who have contributed significantly to their industry niche. This year, the councils and networks celebrated a wide range of achievements.

SEMA Data Co-op Reports Record-Setting SEMA Show Results

In just its second year at the SEMA Show, and just a little more than 18 months since its founding, the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) reports having met with more than 140 different companies in its Show booth last week. Those meetings, described as "very productive" by SDC CEO Jon Wyly, resulted in approximately 40 new members with many other strong prospects expected to join by the first of the year. 
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