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Products Available for SEMA Show Project-Vehicle Builders

SEMA Show exhibitors: Generate more buzz for your company and its products at the 2009 SEMA Show by offering products to builders through the SEMA Products for Project-Vehicle Builders list.

Social Marketing: What's the Big Deal?

Join industry colleagues and panelists at the SEMA Show to learn how others are incorporating social marketing into their overall brand strategies. 

Cool Items for Sale at the Gala Fundraiser

Two great items up for sale at the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser include a Thomas Kinkade print of the Daytona 500 and a gold necklace featuring 120 diamonds.

Enterprise Offers SEMA Show Attendees Discounts on Car/Truck Rentals

SEMA has teamed with Enterprise Car Rental to offer 2009 SEMA Show attendees special discounts on car and truck rentals.

SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser: Honoring the Innovators and Helping Those in Need

Volunteers are working hard on behalf of children's charities, creating fundraising activities during the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser that include the Show 'N Shine car show, Pinewood Drag Race and various sponsorship programs.

Federal Minimum Wage Increases to $7.25

The last of three incremental federal minimum wage increases kicks in July 24, setting the new wage at $7.25 an hour.

Show Your Car for Free at the L.A. County Fair

Proud of your ride? Then contact the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum. Officials are seeking vehicles to display in the museum's Thunder Alley exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair.

What the Web's Saying About the SEMA Show

Momentum for the SEMA Show continues to build as November draws closer. With the announcement of Ford as the featured automaker of the 2009 Show, bloggers and other members of the media are eagerly anticipating the new products, vehicles and overall entertainment that the Show annually supplies.

Small-Business Spotlight: Making a Mustang More Independent

With Carroll Shelby as his inspiration, Duane Carling built a business around one of the Mustang's key design flaws (or attributes, depending on your perspective): swapping the solid rear axle for an independent rear suspension. Carling sits down with SBTV's Ivy Hartman to explain.
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