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Stay in Tune With the Pulse of Street Performance—Join the Cause

SEMA encourages all member companies that create, sell and promote street performance products to get involved and join the Street Performance Council—a group of companies dedicated to promote the growth of the street performance market.

Under 40? Here's How to Boost Your Career

The SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN) extends an invitation to all staff under the age of 40 who work for a SEMA-member company to join the committee.

How Good Is Your Customer Service?

Just as with personal fitness, there are many aspects to managing the well being of a customer service effort. Businesses with healthy customer service practices maximize customer interactions and ultimately produce more sales and greater profitability.

Nominations Open for SEMA Hall of Fame

Nominations are now being accepted for the SEMA Hall of Fame. The deadline to submit nominations is March 16, 2012. Submit your SEMA Hall of Fame Nominations online.

Boosting Profit Through Standardized Parts Data

As the co-founder and current chairman of SEMA's Business Technology Committee (BTC), Bob Moore is also a tireless advocate for the use of standardized data and building a shared data system. He recently spent some time with SEMA News recently to discuss progress the association is making with respect to business technology.

A Special Invitation to Wheel and Tire Professionals

The SEMA Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) welcomes all wheel and tire professionals and is currently accepting new members. Along with the benefit of joining a community of industry leaders, membership in the WTC offers several distinct advantages.

Aftermarket Breakthrough: “Print” Your Next Part

Additive manufacturing is quickly becoming more commonly used in specialized technology applications where limited quantities of durable precision components are needed. Imagine “printing” a limited number of products or designing product without manufacturing limitations—all while reducing waste and cost.

SEMA Town Hall: Share Your Thoughts With SEMA's Leadership

SEMA will continue its Town Hall Meetings for 2012, and the first stop is St. Charles, Illinois, for a Town Hall hosted by Winners Circle Speed & Custom Inc. at the Pheasant Run Resort, Friday, February 24, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.

First 2012 SEMA Town Hall Meeting to Be Held at Race & Performance Expo

SEMA continues its Town Hall Meetings for 2012 with a trip to St. Charles, Illinois, for a Town Hall hosted by Winners Circle Speed & Custom Inc. at the Pheasant Run Resort, Friday, February 24, 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.

5 Reasons to Join the Hot Rod Industry Alliance

Are you a manufacturer, builder/fabricator, dealer, car club or enthusiast publication serving the hot-rodding segment of the automotivespecialty-equipment industry? If the answer is yes, then the prestigious Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA), a SEMA council, just could be the resource you need to expand your industry network, grow your business and gain invaluable leadership training.
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