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    Jul 02 2009
    SEMA recently launched the Aftermarket Industry Program to provide SEMA members with financial data measure and track operational goals and financial performance.
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    Jul 02 2009
    Dates and locations for several upcoming SEMA-sponsored shows and activities have been announced.
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    Jul 02 2009
    SEMA recently spoke to several off-road enthusiasts in China to learn about the parts they like, trails they ride, the money they spend on accessories and their future modification plans.
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    Jul 02 2009
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it will grant a waiver to California to allow the state to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks.
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    Jul 02 2009
    "The SEMA Show's rich heritage of automotive performance is the perfect stage to showcase Kicker's newest products to buyers from across the country. Car lovers the world over want to attend the Show and we want them to experience ‘Livin' Loud’ at the Kicker booth.”
    Charlie Schultz, Sr. VP of Sales & Marketing, Kicker/Stillwater Designs
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    Jul 02 2009
    Attention manufacturers: SEMA News is looking to feature your latest and greatest sales/product display items in an upcoming issue.
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    Jul 02 2009
    SEMA has teamed with JetBlue to offer 2009 SEMA Show attendees a 5% discount on the lowest available airfare to Las Vegas when booked online.
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    Jul 02 2009
    News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
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    Jul 02 2009
    Eddy Kay, one of several scheduled presenters during the 2009 SEMA Show Education Days, is the principal of the Eddy Kay Group and author of Retailers Amnesia. His seminar “Selling Against the Internet: Secrets of Successful Retailing” is scheduled November 5, 9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Following are his thoughts on successful retail management.
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    Jul 02 2009
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has added 128 substances to the list of chemicals sometimes found in aerosol paints that emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs).