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What the Web's Saying About the SEMA Show

Momentum for the SEMA Show continues to build as November draws closer. With the announcement of Ford as the featured automaker of the 2009 Show, bloggers and other members of the media are eagerly anticipating the new products, vehicles and overall entertainment that the Show annually supplies.

Wheel & Tire Council Releases Updated Tire Installation Poster

The Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) has unveiled the latest version of the Wheel & Tire Installation Guidelines poster, which provides suggested industry standards and practices for installing aftermarket wheels and tires. Read about the poster and how to get copies for your shop.

Cars Kept Longer—What Does This Mean for Your Business?

An annual survey of new vehicle buyers shows a significant increase in the number of people planning to hold onto their cars and trucks.

Spy Shots—550+ HP Cadillac Coupe Still a Go

Spy shooter Brenda Priddy says shots of this half-covered coupe caught during rural testing prove that the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe is still a go. 

Enterprise Offers SEMA Show Attendees Discounts on Car/Truck Rentals

SEMA has teamed with Enterprise Car Rental to offer 2009 SEMA Show attendees special discounts on car and truck rentals.

Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving Demonstrates Expertise at SEMA Show

Professional instructors from the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving will host driving demonstrations on the 51,000-square-foot track of the Motor Trend Proving Ground.

Internet Symposium: Your Intellectual Property Rights

Every business entity from the smallest Mom 'n' Pop to the largest corporation can suffer theft of intellectual property. But Sean Caffin, eBay VERO program manager for eBay Motors, knows how to stop it.

Products Available for SEMA Show Project-Vehicle Builders

SEMA Show exhibitors: Generate more buzz for your company and its products at the 2009 SEMA Show by offering products to builders through the SEMA Products for Project-Vehicle Builders list.

Federal Minimum Wage Increases to $7.25

The last of three incremental federal minimum wage increases kicks in July 24, setting the new wage at $7.25 an hour.

Don't Waste This Crisis—10 Steps to Stay Competitive in Today's Market

Your business decisions not only impact your operation today, but also directly impact its future tomorrow. SEMA's July 23rd webinar, “Don't Waste This Crisis—Create Competitive Advantages and New Opportunities,” provides 10 action steps that companies need to take to stay competitive in today’s specialty-equipment market.
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