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Take Advantage of SEMA Show Hotel Deals

SEMA Showgoers can obtain reliable, low-cost hotel rooms from Travel Planners—the official housing partner for the 2013 SEMA Show. Reservations made online offer discounts at dozens of hotels, with rates as low as $56 per night, and many more properties have agreed to waive the standard “resort fees” currently implemented throughout the city.

Exclusive Opportunity for New Products Showcase Exhibitors

Introducing SEMA Collection powered by Autoweek—a new digital marketplace for SEMA exhibitors to showcase their products to automotive enthusiasts 365 days/year.

Wheel & Tire Professionals Visit Clemson University’s ICAR

SEMA's Vehicle Technology department has been working with the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) on advanced-vehicle technology and a performance aftermarket education program for several years. 

New SEMA Facility Offers Manufacturers Emissions Testing, Dyno Services

The SEMA Garage–Industry Innovations Center is now open to provide manufacturers with access to a full emissions-testing EO certification lab and dyno services. Located directly across the parking lot of SEMA's Diamond Bar, California, headquarters, the 15,000-sq.-ft. facility will include a full mechanic's garage and tech center.

SEMA Creates Webpage With Resources for Understanding New Health Care Law

SEMA has created a webpage with information to help SEMA members understand the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.” The new health care law is being phased in over a number of years, and January 2014 is the deadline for larger companies to offer coverage or pay a penalty.

YEN Launches the Next Young Automotive Entrepreneur

The SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN) celebrates young entrepreneurs by announcing the first-ever “SEMA Launch Pad” contest. This new competition offers executive-level innovators under the age of 40 an industry platform to showcase their business plan for marketing a new automotive product or service.

Got a Shipment Above 150 lbs? SEMA Members Save 72% With UPS

SEMA and UPS have joined forces to offer a reliable solution designed to save SEMA members a minimum of 72% on UPS Freight less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping for shipments above 150 lbs.

Confused About the New Health Care Law? Here's What SEMA Members Need to Know

The “Affordable Care Act” is sowing confusion for many SEMA members. The new health care law is being phased-in over a number of years and January 2014 is the deadline for larger companies to offer coverage or pay a penalty.

SEMA Members: Receive 15% Discount With UPS Package Design and Test Lab

Through a partnership with UPS, SEMA members can receive a 15% discount off the ISTA 3A test price with the UPS Package Design and Test Lab.

SEMA Members: Save Up to 39% With UPS Package Services

UPS is offering discounts of up to 39% for SEMA members on their ground, air and international shipments.
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