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Jim Graven Joins SEMA Data Co-Op

Jim Graven has been named as Director of Membership for the SEMA Data Co-op. Graven, who has more than 15 years of experience in the specialty parts aftermarket, will play a key role in growing the industry-owned and operated data management solution - particularly as it transitions into a full system launch in January.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(September 5, 2012)

Contact: Della Domingo
909/978-6723
dellad@sema.org

JIM GRAVEN JOINS SEMA DATA CO-OP

Positioned for the Future

The Internet, data and industry consolidation have greatly impacted the role of manufacturer agents and how this critical segment delivers value for manufacturers, warehouse distributors (WDs) and accounts. These issues require a progressive Select Committee that will approach council business with a long-term vision to provide the council membership with sustainable solutions. A necessary step in assuring future viability is building a group of volunteers who are committed and willing to ask the hard questions. Through the recent Select Committee elections, the Manufacturers’ Rep Council (MRC) has solidified its foundation with the reelection of four incumbents.

SEMA Member News—September/October 2012

Positioned for the Future

Four Incumbents Reelected to Select Committee

SEMA Awards to Recognize Industry's Hottest Vehicle Platforms

Recognizing the top trend-setting vehicle models, the SEMA Awards will be announced and presented to winning automakers during the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Through the program, SEMA exhibitors that make products for those trend-setting vehicles will identify the vehicle platforms that they believe are best for accessorizing, and best for showcasing the industry's coolest products.

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Contact: Della Domingo
909-978-6723
dellad@sema.org

SEMA AWARDS TO RECOGNIZE INDUSTRY'S HOTTEST VEHICLE PLATFORMS
-- Awards recognize trend-setting vehicles and the accessories that make them cool --

Court's Ethanol Decision Jeopardizes Historic Vehicles, Specialty Parts

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit dismissed a lawsuit which challenged the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) authority to grant a partial waiver for 15% ethanol (E15) content in gasoline for 2001 and newer model year cars and light trucks.  The court found that the groups bringing the lawsuit, which included trade associations representing manufacturers of cars, boats and power equipment, along with the petroleum and food industries, lacked standing to bring the lawsuit.

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August 17, 2012

Contact: Della Domingo
909/978-6723
dellad@sema.org

Court's Ethanol Decision Jeopardizes Historic Vehicles, Specialty Parts
SEMA Urges Congress to Ban E15

Last Chance to Nominate Your Council's Top Performers

The SEMA Council and Committee Awards were created so that SEMA’s membership and those closest to each specific industry segment could recognize one of their own. Over the years, these awards have gained notoriety and prestige for the simple, yet meaningful, fact that the process of nominating and voting is done by industry peers. 
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