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SEMA Campaign Targets Tire and Wheel Buyers

SEMA is employing highly-targeted methods to attract tire and wheel buyers to this year’s SEMA Show. Over 11,000 tire, wheel and equipment buyers attended last year’s Show.

Which States Have the Most V8s?

If you cater to V8 enthusiasts, are you targeting the right markets?

SEMA Benchmarking Program—2009 First Quarter Update

The SEMA Industry Benchmarking Program analyzes sales trends at the manufacturer, retailer and WD levels.

Get the 2010 Mustang Specs You Need at the SEMA Engineering Technology Expo

SEMA manufacturing members: Take advantage of a rare opportunity to learn the latest in CAD software, reverse-engineering tools and rapid prototyping by attending the first-ever SEMA Engineering Technology Expo on Wednesday, June 24, 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

SEMA Wins Protection for Collector Cars and Parts

SEMA persuaded Congress to place a 25-year limit on trade-in cars and expand recycling opportunities under ‘cash for clunkers’ legislation.

LTAA The Wrap - June Issue

I cannot believe that my two-year term as LTAA Chairman is already coming to a close, which also means this is my final Chairman’s Letter for LTAA’s TheWrap.What an exciting tenure it has been. Then I took over fromToddYeoman in 2007, LTAA-member companies were enjoying the best of times. As I write this column not quite two years later, we are all working harder than ever before, trying to forge new opportunities from the seemingly endless challenges of this global recession.

- Ron DiVincenzo, Chairman, LTAA Select Commitee

SEMA Internet Symposium—Steer Your Company Through an Evolving Online Market

The SEMA Internet Symposium covers marketing and sales plans that cover what today's consumers expect from your business online and how to navigate evolving market channels.

Inside SEMA: New Website Empowers Members to Connect and Communicate

SEMA Vice President of Internal Systems and Project Teams Alise Miner discusses the redesigned SEMA.org website, the Business Technology Committee and more.

California Proposes to Enhance State Vehicle Scrappage Program

SEMA is opposing a California Air Resources Board (CARB) proposal to spend roughly $30 million annually for an Enhanced Fleet Modernization Program (EFMP) to augment the State's existing voluntary accelerated vehicle retirement program (scrappage).
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