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Building for a Cause

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All of the custom-designed pinewood cars from the Builder’s Race—part of the annual HRIA-sponsored Pinewood Drag Races that were held in conjunction with SEMA’s Leadership Days on Saturday, July 24, 2010, in Pasadena, California—will be autographed by the builders and displayed at the 2010 SEMA Show. They will then be bid on for auction via eBay, and the proceeds will go to children’s charities Childhelp and Victory Junction Gang Camp.

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Vehicles of the 2010 SEMA Show

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While the SEMA Show is the industry’s premier trade event, it is also one of the most fascinating displays of automotive excellence to be found anywhere. Some of the best and most creative designers and builders in the world craft rolling works of art for the Las Vegas gathering, and the cars and trucks they bring to town are a show all their own.

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Show ’N Shine

Collectors, enthusiasts and gearheads of all stripes came out for the second annual SEMA Show ’N Shine car show, July 24, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California. 

SEMA News - October 2010

Foose and Gage Headline SEMA’s Annual Summer Car Show Featuring Classic Muscle and Custom Rods

SEMA News-October 2010-Events

New and Improved at the SEMA Show

The 2010 SEMA Show is mere weeks away, but the Show organizers have been working diligently since the Las Vegas Convention Center’s doors closed last year to bring even more value to attendees. In addition to the traditional offerings—more than 1,800 exhibitors, 1,500 industry-changing product innovations and dazzling vehicle displays—this year’s SEMA Show boasts more than a dozen new or improved features.

SEMA News - October 2010

Mapping Out Some of the Don’t-Miss Features at the 2010 Gathering

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A 2010 SEMA Show Preview

Less than two months are left before automotive specialty-equipment industry exhibitors and buyers flock to Las Vegas for the 2010 SEMA Show, to be held Tuesday, November 2, through Friday, November 5.

SEMA News - September 2010

By Chad Simon

2010 Vehicle Technology Briefing Seminar Program

The 2010 SEMA Show will once again offer a trio of Technology Briefing SuperSessions designed to provide attendees insights and information into the current and future evolution of the automobile and the myriad new business and product-development opportunities advanced vehicle technologies offer specialty-equipment manufacturers, distributors, retailers and installers.

SEMA News - September 2010

By Steve Campbell

Getting Started in International Commerce

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Companies that wish to extend their reach beyond U.S. borders can branch into emerging automotive markets that offer huge potential for increased sales. The keys to successful international ventures are careful research and reasonable expectations. The first step is to discover what vehicles are available in the target locale, and the second is to discover what products resonate with consumers there. SEMA offers several programs that can help get member companies started. 

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Chuck Schwartz SEMA Hall of Fame

Richard “Dick” McMullen, Chuck Schwartz and Van Woodell Join the SEMA Hall of Fame. A hall of fame—it’s a place reserved for legends, trailblazers, visionaries and leaders. It’s bestowed on sports figures, musicians, inventors and others who inspire and shape an industry. A hall of fame is how the world finds out that, hey, this is a person whose work, contributions and service have left an indelible mark.

SEMA News - August 2010

By Tori Tellem

Richard "Dick" McMullen SEMA Hall of Fame

Richard “Dick” McMullen, Chuck Schwartz and Van Woodell Join the SEMA Hall of Fame. A hall of fame—it’s a place reserved for legends, trailblazers, visionaries and leaders. It’s bestowed on sports figures, musicians, inventors and others who inspire and shape an industry. A hall of fame is how the world finds out that, hey, this is a person whose work, contributions and service have left an indelible mark.

SEMA News - August 2010

By Tori Tellem

Van Woodell SEMA Hall of Fame

Richard “Dick” McMullen, Chuck Schwartz and Van Woodell Join the SEMA Hall of Fame. A hall of fame—it’s a place reserved for legends, trailblazers, visionaries and leaders. It’s bestowed on sports figures, musicians, inventors and others who inspire and shape an industry. A hall of fame is how the world finds out that, hey, this is a person whose work, contributions and service have left an indelible mark.

SEMA News - August 2010

By Tori Tellem

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