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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.

SEMA Benchmarking Program—2009 First Quarter Update

The SEMA Industry Benchmarking Program analyzes sales trends at the manufacturer, retailer and WD levels.

The Super Bowl of Hot Rods and Performance on Hot Rod TV

Take a behind-the-scenes look at the prep, the set-up, the challenges and triumphs of producing what one exhibitor calls the Super Bowl of car shows.

Inside SEMA: New Website Empowers Members to Connect and Communicate

SEMA Vice President of Internal Systems and Project Teams Alise Miner discusses the redesigned SEMA.org website, the Business Technology Committee and more.

Avoid Steep Penalties—New Filing Requirements for Importing Products to the United States

SEMA-member companies importing as few as one commercial shipment a year are required to file new reports with the US government. Participate in this FREE webinar to learn more about the new initiative.

Fuel Prices on the Rise Again—Where are the Compact Cars?

The summer of 2008 may be remembered for its painful and record-breaking spike in fuel prices, and just like many things that work in cyclical fashions, the seasonal increases may not be deterred by economic conditions.

California Proposes to Enhance State Vehicle Scrappage Program

SEMA is opposing a California Air Resources Board (CARB) proposal to spend roughly $30 million annually for an Enhanced Fleet Modernization Program (EFMP) to augment the State's existing voluntary accelerated vehicle retirement program (scrappage).
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