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SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

From May through June 30, 2010

Editor’s Note: The following listings are provided by the SEMA Membership Services Department. The data has been compiled and verified by member services. Should you have any questions regarding a listing, call the SEMA Membership Department at 909/396-0289.

 

MPMC

The Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) Select Committee has a considerably new look for 2010–2011. Along with new Chairman Kyle Fickler and Chair-Elect Vic Wood, elections produced six new members. Can’t tell the players without a program? Well, here they are.

SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

Many New Faces on MPMC Select Committee

WTC

In an effort to strengthen business relationships and promote the tire segment within SEMA, the Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) voted unanimously during its Long-Range Planning meeting to designate a seat for the Tire Industry Association (TIA).

SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

TIA: Working for the Tire Industry 

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One of TIA’s special events during SEMA Week is the welcome reception. It’s widely considered to be one of the best events of the week.  

ARMO

Along with incumbents Ken DeVries, Sal Perez and Sheila Perkins, the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) membership elected four new members to the Select Committee for 2010–2011. While “new” to the council in terms of the most recent elections, each of the four brings his or her own long history in the automotive aftermarket.

SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

Active ARMO

Reception Sponsorships, Collector Car Day, Task Forces

MRC

Life is full of mile markers. July 1, 2010, marked an important mile marker for the Manufacturers’ Rep Council (MRC), when we welcomed four new members to the Select Committee. As the road of business winds through years 2010 and 2011, the interests of manufacturers’ reps are attended to by the leadership body of the council.

SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

MRC Leadership

Election Results and Volunteer Opportunities

SBN

The SEMA Networking Breakfast is your ticket to one of the most sought-after networking events at the SEMA Show. Sponsored by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN), this combined awards breakfast and speed networking event—open to all SEMA members—is a hot item that sells out fast.

SEMA Member News - September/October 2010

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The SEMA Networking Breakfast is your ticket to one of the most sought-after networking events at the SEMA Show.

YEN

The Young Executives Network (YEN) will be 20 years old in 2010. While the creation of the group was discussed and planned in the late-’80s, the Young Executives Council (as it was known originally) didn’t become recognized as a member group until 1990.

SEMA Member News - July/August 2010

 

SEMA YEN to Celebrate 20 Great Years!

The Name Has Changed, But the Focus Remains the Same

   
   

HRIA

On Saturday, July 24, some of our industry’s greatest hot-rod builders will square off in a one-of-a-kind race. More than 20 well-known hot rodders are designing and building their own small pinewood cars to be raced at the annual SEMA Pinewood Drag Races in Pasadena, California.

SEMA Member News - July/August 2010

HRIA Builders’ Pinewood Race

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Some of the industry’s greatest hot-rod builders will square off in a one-of-a-kind race at the annual SEMA Pinewood Drag Races in Pasadena, California.

PRO

A critical initiative for each council is its long-range planning (LRP) meeting. The LRP takes place annually and is designed to discuss industry issues and then formulate a strategy that will drive council goals.

SEMA Member News - July/August 2010

The Making of TSTC

By Zane Clark

SBN

In doing my research for this article, I started first by looking to see how women in leadership roles view themselves in other male-dominated industries. I also wanted to see how the leadership styles of men and women differ from each other and, given a male-dominated industry, if one or the other style would be more advantageous.

SEMA Member News - July/August 2010

By Gigi Ho

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