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Everyone’s Guide to SEMA Show Survival

Whether you’re a complete newbie or a seasoned veteran, everyone needs to be reminded of the basics of trade-show survival. Comfortable shoes, breath mints, official SEMA Show guide, water and sleep are the essentials. Here are just a few tips that anyone can use to ensure a stress-free, successful SEMA show.

SEMA Member News—November/December 2013

Everyone’s Guide to SEMA Show Survival

 

Don’t miss the SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast on Thursday, November 7, at the SEMA Show from 7:15 a.m.–9:00 a.m. in the Las Vegas Hotel, Ballroom A. It’s always a sellout, so get your tickets early at www.SEMA.org/sbn.</p></td></tr></tbody></table>  </div>

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Angie Parrish, SBN Member of the Month, October 2013


Angie Parrish, SEMA SBN Member of the Month, October 2013Name: Angie Parrish
Company: Hawk Hardware Speed Shop
Address: 115 Park Place, Manchester, TN 37355


Tell us about what your company does?
Hawk Hardware Speed Shop is a full-on speed shop selling everything to rat-rod builders, classic-car owners, car-show folks, race-car drivers and builders.

What is the most satisfying aspect of your job?
Seeing all the really cool cars and trucks our customers own or are building. Plus, the wonderful car people I meet each day. Car (and truck) people are the best around, I say. You talk automotive, you have a friend almost instantly with like-minded folks!

How long have you been involved in the aftermarket industry?
More than 20 years.

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