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How to Deliver the Goods to Your Online Customers

The online retail market for automotive parts and accessories continues to emerge as a tremendous growth opportunity for the aftermarket parts industry.

Highlight Your Products and Catalogs in SEMA News

Generate buzz for your products and services by participating in the 2012 SEMA News Product and Catalog Showcase featured in the November SEMA Show Directory issue of SEMA News.

Last Chance for SEMA News "Buy-One-Get-One-Free" Ad Opportunity

Boost your presence at the 2012 SEMA Show by taking advantage of the following SEMA News advertising special. When you purchase a series of three, four-color ads (sized 1/3-page or larger) in SEMA News, you'll receive a fourth ad of the same size for free!

How SmartPhones Can Be a Security Risk for Your Network

While tech-giddy employees are prone to fawn over every new iThing smuggled into the workplace—devices that are often used in violation of company policy—IT security pros see something very different: a security breach waiting to happen.

SEMA Heritage: Dean Jeffries

n May 1963, Petersen Publishing Company’s Dick Day shot an entire roll of film as Dean Jeffries crawled around—and over—a horseless carriage, pinstriping brush in hand.

Truck, SUV and Off-Road: Hot Products and Industry Insight

America is reviving its traditional love affair with the light-truck, SUV and off-roading segments. With experts predicting a third consecutive year of rising auto sales in 2012, the light-truck category seems to be leading the way.

Special Promotion Available for Your New Products and Catalogs

Generate buzz for your products and services by participating in the 2012 SEMA News Product and Catalog Showcase featured in the June issue of SEMA News.

Best Young Talent: Nominate Now

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry and we need your input.

SEMA Seeks the Aftermarket's Future Icons

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry and we need your input.

SEMA Heritage: Gene Winfield

Gene Winfield was having a big year in 1963 when Petersen Publishing Company photographer Eric Rickman took this photo at Winfield’s car customizing shop in Modesto, California.
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