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Recruiting and Cultivating for the Future

For decades now, SEMA members have expressed concern about the aging of the automotive specialty segment and the number of young enthusiasts entering the marketplace and our workforce. Addressing those concerns, SEMA has developed a number of initiatives, many of which have matured and grown. There has been expansion of the SEMA Young Executive Network (YEN), now 1,300 strong; development of a robust student program that brings 500-plus automotive students to the SEMA Show each year; and substantial support of other productive youth-oriented automotive programs, such as Hot Rodders of Tomorrow.
SEMA News—September 2014

CHRIS KERSTING

YEN Member Insight: Jon Pulli, Turn 14 CEO

We recently had the pleasure of catching up with a passionate SEMA member who is a leader in the distribution side of the automotive aftermarket—Jon Pulli, CEO of Turn 14.

Under 40? Here's How to Boost Your Career

The SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN) extends an invitation to all staff under the age of 40 who work for a SEMA-member company to join the committee.
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