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Which International Vehicles Would Help Your Business Most? Vote Here

The Jeep Wrangler Diesel, Toyota Hilux and the Thailand-built Ford Ranger Double Cab are among the vehicles SEMA members would most like to have access to in order to create product. Each of these vehicles is popular overseas but is not sold in the United States.

Buyers From the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar to Meet U.S. Manufacturers in April

SEMA manufacturers of air intake systems, exhausts, exterior accessories, suspension kits, interior accessories, truck caps and other products are participating in the inaugural SEMA one-on-one, Middle East matchmaking program taking place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Grow Business and Improve Skills at 2012 Technical Skills & Training Conference

As the economic landscape continues to evolve and as a matter of best practices, businesses are constantly evaluating their current model and looking for opportunities to enter new markets. Over the last several years, the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) has worked diligently to help its members identify niche segments in which they can incorporate new products and services that will ultimately increase their bottom line.

Bipartisan Bill Allowing Low-Volume Production of Specialty Cars Introduced in U.S. Congress

Congressman John Campbell (R-CA) has introduced a bipartisan bill, supported by SEMA, to enable low-volume car manufacturers to provide a range of specialty vehicles for customers nationwide. The legislation directs the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to establish a regulatory structure to facilitate the production of these cars.

Stay Connected On-the-Go With SEMAShow.com Mobile

SEMA Show exhibitors and attendees can stay in the know at the SEMA Show with the newly launched mobile version of www.SEMAShow.com.

It Pays to Join SEMA at the Show

SEMA members have access to exclusive benefits that can help them save money and grow their business. 
Not yet a SEMA member? There are many great reasons to join while you’re at the Show! When you join at the 2011 SEMA Show, you’ll get a new-member coupon book with instant member discounts, gifts and Show-only specials.

3 Key Ingredients to Selling More Parts

SEMA's Business Technology Committee (BTC) will be conducting five FREE presentations and panel discussions around the theme “The Dirty Little Secret about Selling More Parts” during SEMA week to provide you with key information on how to build websites equipped to close more sales and convert more shoppers into buyers.

Get the Most From Your SEMA Membership

“How can I get the most out of my membership?” is a common question asked by SEMA members. The answer is easy—get involved! Joining a council and becoming active in their networking events, task forces, educational programs and meetings are all steps in the right direction.

The Three Cs of Search Engine Optimization

Kent Lewis, president and founder of the search engine marketing agency Anvil Media Inc., will be a featured presenter at the SEMA Online Marketing Conference, October 31 at 3:00 p.m. (LVCC N109). He will cover search engine marketing and discuss concepts of SEO strategy. Lewis says that the fundamentals of SEO can be boiled down to “The 3 Cs:” Content, Code and Credibility.

U.S. Department of Commerce Grants SEMA $500,000 to Support U.S. Specialty-Equipment Exporters

The U.S. Department of Commerce named SEMA as one of the five recipients of the Market Development Cooperators Program (MDCP) for 2011. As a result, SEMA will receive $500,000 in matching funds over the next three years to support U.S. manufacturers that export automotive specialty-equipment products to booming international markets, such as China and the Middle East.
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