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Register Now for SEMA’s Product Development Conference

Registration is now open for the SEMA Product Development Conference: Race to Innovate.

SEMA Unifies Racing Industry Trade Shows

SEMA has announced it has finalized an agreement to purchase the International Motorsports Industry Show (IMIS)—the racing trade show that has been held annually in Indianapolis since 2009.

Nat Danas Scholarship Established

A Nat Danas Scholarship, to be presented annually to students pursuing or advancing a career in the auto trim and restyling industry, has been established as part of the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund with an endowment of $58,000. The announcement was made by the Nat Danas Scholarship Committee at the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet, held during the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Have You Registered Your Trademark? Here Is a Low-Cost Option

Protecting the intellectual property rights of members is a top SEMA priority. The process begins when companies establish certain legal rights by obtaining patents, and by registering their trademarks and copyrights with government agencies in the United States and other countries.

SEMA Show Tools: Vegas Specials; Mobile App; Monorail Discounts

Several tools and programs are in place to help SEMA Showgoers enhance their Show experience.

Discounted Hotel Rooms Still Available Through SEMA's Official Housing Bureau

While many hotels around Las Vegas are filling up quickly, there are a few hotels still offering discounted rates through SEMA’s official housing website

Vegas Discounts and Deals for SEMA Showgoers

Several Las Vegas establishments are offering Showgoers various food, beverage and entertainment discounts during the week of the SEMA Show.

Still Time to Get Great Deals at Many Vegas Hotels for Less Than $100 Per Night

While we are just weeks away from the 2012 SEMA Show, there are still incredible values for hotel rooms all around Vegas, simply by booking in the official SEMA Block with Travel Planners. In fact, SEMA continues to work with the hotels to ensure everyone coming to Las Vegas has an affordable place to stay for each hotel class.

Get Pre-Approved Clearance for International Travel at the SEMA Show

SEMA has announced that it is working with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to provide an added benefit of attending the SEMA Show and a more convenient way in which you can take advantage of the membership benefits of its Global Entry Trusted Traveler program. 
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