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Legislative and Technical Affairs

Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry.

SEMA News - July 2009

Law and Order

 SEMA NEWS-JULY 2009-GOVERMENT AFFAIRS-LAW AND ORDER

Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry. These include issues affecting small-business owners and their employees.

 


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Top of Mind Consumer Purchase Plan Trend—PADI Comparison

Trends from December 2008 to May 2009 show that more consumers are thinking about buying wheels, tires and suspension products then accessories or performance parts.

SEMA Members Save $200 on Virtual Aftermarket eForum

An educational symposium focused on eCommerce and business technology in the vehicle aftermarket, the first Virtual Aftermarket eForum will be conducted completely on the web, Wednesday, September 30.

Sharpen Your Electronic Parts Catalog and Drive More Sales

Learn how to maximize your specialty aftermarket parts e-catalog and your online marketing at SEMA’s 2009 Internet Symposium sponsored by SPC on Saturday, August 1 at Pasadena, California’s Convention Center.

Industry to Honor 2009 Hall of Famers at Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser

2009 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees Bill Perry, Rolan “Jeep” Worthan and Henry “Smokey” Yunick will be honored at the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser, Saturday, August 1, at the Pasadena Convention Center.

Sell More Efficiently: The Business Technology Committee Shows You How

The SEMA Business Technology Committee exists to help SEMA members make the right technology decisions. The idea is to focus on expanding selling opportunities and cut costs through the use of standards and the right technologies for SEMA businesses.

Accessories or Performance Parts: Report Shows What Pickup Owners Buy Most

Fullsize-pickup owners spend an average of $1,800 on their trucks, outspending their midsize counterparts who typically purchase about $835 on parts and accessories.

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