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Cross-Council Meeting and Industry Discussion

Date: 
Nov 19 2013 9:00am - 4:00pm
Timezone: 
EDT
Facility: 
CU-ICAR
City: 
Greenville
State: 
South Carolina
Take this opportunity to start your day right, networking and discussing PRO's current and future programs. Agenda items include collaboration with the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research and how to fully take advantage of the resources of SEMA Garage.
SEMA members are invited to an open meeting and tour of Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Technology (CU-ICAR).This is an important opportunity for manufacturers, those in the product development industry, and any other members who are interested in helping to shape a new benefit.

WTC General Membership Meeting

Date: 
Nov 4 2013 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Timezone: 
PDT
Facility: 
Las Vegas Convention Center
City: 
Las Vegas
State: 
Nevada
All employees of WTC member companies and those interested in joining are invited to attend the group's general membership meeting and education sessions.

All employees of WTC member companies and those interested in joining are invited to attend the group's general membership meeting and education sessions. Two education sessions will cover topics of Clemson University’s vehicle dynamics research on the effects of wheel and tire variance and how to improve customer service in today's media-saturated world. Join us and learn how to gain the most from your WTC membership.

Looking Ahead: WTC to Partner With Clemson University

Three years ago, SEMA teamed with Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) to offer SEMA members access to product-development analysis, testing, simulation resources and engineering talent. John Waraniak, SEMA’s vice president of vehicle technology, sees this as an unprecedented opportunity for members. “Technology is integral to both the relevance and the future of SEMA and the performance aftermarket,” he said. “To ignore its impact is a fundamental mistake. The association’s vehicle technology programs and initiatives are investments in SEMA’s collective future.”

SEMA Member News—September/October 2013

Looking Ahead: WTC to Partner With Clemson University

By Amanda Gubbins

Three years ago, SEMA teamed with Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) to offer SEMA members access to product-development analysis, testing, simulation resources and engineering talent. John Waraniak, SEMA’s vice president of vehicle technology, sees this as an unprecedented opportunity for members.

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