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Proven Performance: SEMA's Legislative Advocacy for the Industry

SEMA has a proven legislative and regulatory program led by a fulltime professional staff that continually works on behalf of the membership.

New Show Programs Create Hardcore Savings

Exhibitors at the 2009 SEMA Show will receive valuable rewards and have access to first-ever offers, including guaranteed leads, added seniority points, discount exhibitor packages and unprecedented financing options.

Cut Booth Expenses—SEMA Partners With Freeman to Deliver the “SEMA Promise"

Exhibitors looking to make the most out of their Show-related budgets are invited to participate in “one-on-one” exhibitor meetings with experts from Convexx and Freeman.

The 2009 SEMA Show—A Critical Event at a Critical Time

As company budgets tighten, the SEMA Show represents a highly cost-effective way for buyers and manufacturers to meet.

Candidates Announced for SEMA Board of Directors Election

Twenty-one industry professionals are vying for a position on the 2009-2010 SEMA Board of Directors, which provides strategic direction to the association and plays a critical role in shaping the future of the automotive specialty-equipment industry.

Create Your SEMA Show Game Plan—View Show Floor Online Now

The 2009 SEMA Show is only a little more than six months away! Start getting your Show gameplan together by viewing the online flooplan and a list of the more than 500 companies already planning their Show exhibits.

Exhibiting at the SEMA Show Easier Than Ever

SEMA Show organizers streamline exhibit rental agreement process and modify payment plan.

Cover Your Assets With Insurance Tailored to SEMA-Member Businesses

Recognizing that businesses within the specialty-equipment industry face unique insurance coverage needs, SEMA has partnered with Alliant Insurance Services to create the Specialty Equipment Insurance Alliance (SEIA), a program designed to assist SEMA-member companies in protecting their asset base, cash flow and employees’ welfare.

Start Planning Your 2010 Camaro Products Now

The SEMA Technology Transfer Program has expanded its offerings of data files to include the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Data is available for both the V6 and V8 Camaro and includes engine, drivetrain, exterior body panels, suspension assemblies and other vehicle components available upon request.

SEMA members can access the data by visiting www.sema.org/techtransfer.

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