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Reader Feedback: Compact Vehicle Article Revisited

Readers wanted to know more about the distribution of compact car registrations throughout the United States. SEMA Research has followed up with additional insight.

Consumer Forecasts, Financial Benchmarking and Market Reports Available Through SEMA Research

A look at the services and reports available to SEMA members through the Research & Information Center.

Facebook Allows Companies to Register Trademarks as Usernames

The popular social-networking site Facebook announced that it will allow participants to register personalized URLs to direct interested parties to their Facebook pages.

Ford: Featured Automaker of the 2009 SEMA Show

Detroit automaker expands collaboration and partnerships with specialty-equipment industry.

New Trucks, Hybrids and Coupes Offer Accessory Opportunities

Electrics and hybrids sound for the environment; beefier trucks ready to get to work; small and boxy gets some competition; and muscle still throws its weight around. Check out the latest recap from the auto show season to see the new vehicles that could affect your business.

Spy Shots–The Chevy Viva: A Well-Timed Arrival for the New GM?

Enthusiasts are calling GM's next small-car offering the next-gen Chevy Aveo, the Chevy Lecetti, or most recently, the Chevy Viva.

Get Free Advice on How to Grow Your Business Online

The next SEMA webinar, “Grow Your Business With Online Selling,” provides particpants with opportunity to ask specific questions about how to improve online marketing and sales.

Top SUVs Sold and How Enthusiasts Modify Them

New SUV sales in 2008 were down 39% from 2007, but the sport-utility segment is still relevant to the specialty-equipmennt industry.

Simple Ways to Get Your Products International Exposure

One of the most effective ways to market automotive specialty equipment is to obtain coverage in enthusiast media—magazines, websites and broadcast programs.
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