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SEMA Action Network

The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is a nationwide partnership between enthusiasts, vehicle clubs and members of the automotive specialty-equipment industry who have joined forces to promote hobby-friendly legislation and oppose unfair legislation.

SEMA News - May 2010 

SEMA Action Network

The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is a nationwide partnership between enthusiasts, vehicle clubs and members of the automotive specialty-equipment industry who have joined forces to promote hobby-friendly legislation and oppose unfair legislation. With more than 39,000 members from all 50 states and Canada, the SAN is the premier organization defending the rights of vehicle enthusiasts.

State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus

In its daily efforts to promote and protect the auto hobby, SEMA continues to partner with state lawmakers from across the country through the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus.

SEMA News - May 2010

Workday Lawmakers, Weekend Enthusiasts 

In its daily efforts to promote and protect the auto hobby, SEMA continues to partner with state lawmakers from across the country through the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, the caucus is a bipartisan group of state lawmakers whose common thread is a love and appreciation for automobiles.

Finding Financing

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This series of SEMA News stories is based on the idea of using reliable and repeatable methods to ensure business success. In coming issues, we will delve into a range of topics aimed at developing Best Practices through knowledge, motivation and skills.

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Mobile-Electronics New Products

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At the 2009 SEMA Show, 10,603 buyers filled the aisles looking for the latest mobile-electronics products and innovations. To satisfy their appetites, 102 exhibitors in the mobile-electronics section turned attendees on to the newest gadgets driving the custom audio, video and portable infotainment accessories industry.

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HRIA - Hints From the HRIA

Regardless of where you live, winter months involve preparing your car, truck or street rod for the upcoming spring and summer car season.

SEMA Member News - March/April 2010

Winterizing Your Car and Yourself

  SEMA MEMBER NEWS-MARCH/APRIL 2010 
 

Winter is the time to get your car and yourself ready for the upcoming car-show season and to stay in touch with SEMA.  

Spy Shots

BMW 1-Series Five-Door Hatch, Ford’s High-Performance Raptor, 2011 Dodge Charger

SEMA News - March 2010


The images and information provided in “Spy Photos” are supplied by the spy shooters at Brenda Priddy & Co. “Spy Photos” are included each week in SEMA eNews, the association’s electronic newsletter. To receive your copy of SEMA eNews, e-mail enews@sema.org.

 

Identifying Performance Parts Trends

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The automotive specialty-equipment industry was born in the racing and performance segment. In fact, the original name of SEMA, now the Specialty Equipment Market Association, was the Speed Equipment Manufacturer’s Association. While the name and the industry evolved to include an array of more than 7,000 businesses, racing and performance still deliver the iconic images that people associate with automotive accessories.

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Used-Vehicle Market Could Spell New Opportunity

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For the first quarter of the year, automotive industry analysts made pessimistic forecasts for new-vehicle sales volume for 2009. In February, J.D. Power and Associates predicted that total new-vehicle sales would reach a mere 10.4 million units—down 1 million units from the company’s forecast just a month prior and 6 million under the annual average during the past decade.

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Compact-Performance and Urban-Market Update

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Over the years, quite a bit of attention has been paid to both the compact-performance and urban-lifestyle markets. At their respective roots, each market is very different: Compact performance has involved enthusiasts looking to enhance the performance (hence, the name) of small economy and sports cars and the urban market had a completely opposite makeup of enthusiasts who were more concerned about vehicle appearance, typically involving large sedans and SUVs. Today, these differences still exist in many ways.

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