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Early Field Starts to Form at the Pinewood Drag Race

More than 30 racers, including representatives of the industry’s leading companies and three consecutive SEMA chairmen, are tuning up their pinewood dragsters and filling out the brackets for the second annual SEMA Pinewood Drag Race, presented by eBay Motors, scheduled August 1, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California.

SEMA Show Exhibitor Services Manual Now Online

Planning and preparing for the 2009 SEMA Show is now just a click away. The Exhibitor Services Manual (ESM), one of the most valuable and essential resources for SEMA Show exhibitors, is available and accessible online.

LTAA Chairman Kelly Kneifl: Learning, Networking Keys to Growth in Light-Truck Segment

Newly elected the chairman of the Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA), Kelly Kneifl says that turning inward during tough economic times and ignoring opportunities around you limits your growth. Read more about the new chairman's vision and priorities in this recent interview.

Internet Symposium: Expert Online Marketing Panelists Share Success Stories

What should you do with a $10,000 internet marketing budget? Attend the 2009 SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council for real answers, not theory, from a panel of industry experts.

Market Your Business for Less: Limited "Buy Three, One Free" Ad Campaign for SEMA News

Don't miss your last chance to take advantage of the annual “Buy 3, Get 1 Free” advertising promotion in the most important issues of SEMA News.

Web Tools That Drive More Customers to Your Site

When it comes to Internet marketing, you’re only as good as the tools you use. During the SEMA webinar, “Internet Market Tools,” on August 6, Brian Offenberger goes under the hood to show you the tools for success with online sales.

New Markets, New Money: How to Ease Your Way Into Exporting

Selling products overseas is an opportunity often overlooked by manufacturers seeking new markets to help weather the economic storm. 

The Fine Line Between Employee Privacy and Monitoring

Surely as a business owner you can monitor the usage of your employee's equipment to determine any misconduct, right? Not exactly. Protecting employee privacy rights is at the core of an ever-changing body of state and federal law.
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