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  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    Hundreds of exhibitors have already signed up for the 2009 SEMA Show, November 3–6, in Las Vegas.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    Sign Up Now to Participate in SEMA Show Priority Booth Space Selection

    SEMA Show 2008 

    To participate in the 2009 SEMA Show priority booth space selection, agreements and deposits must be received by Friday, May 8.

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    In its daily efforts to promote and protect the auto hobby, SEMA continues to partner with state lawmakers from across the country through the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus.

    SEMA News - May 2009

     SEMA News-May 2009-State Legislative Caucus Thrives Behind Car-Loving Lawmakers Just miles from the state capitol, Wisconsin Representative and State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus member Steve Kestell welcomes thousands of enthusiasts to Madison on the final stop of the 2008

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    Each day, new laws are being considered that may significantly impact your business.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    Media’s Interest in Legislation...

    …and the Potential Opportunity This Presents to Local Businesses

    Each day, new laws are being considered that may significantly impact your business. In addition to making your voice heard with elected officials, you can use pending legislation as a timely news hook to position yourself as an expert resource with the local media.

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    May 01 2009
    Since its inception in 1997, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) has become a potent force in advocating on behalf of the automotive community.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    SEMA LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS

    SEMA Action Network

    Since its inception in 1997, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) has become a potent force in advocating on behalf of the automotive community. The SAN now has more than 35,000 enthusiast members from all 50 states and Canada who have proven to be an effective tool in responding to the hundreds of federal and state bills that directly affect the specialty-equipment industry.

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    SEMA members responded to a comprehensive survey conducted in early 2009 with a clear message that the nation’s health care system is broken.

    SEMA News - May 2009
    SEMA LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS


    Health Care Reform Takes Center Stage

    SEMA Members Agree the Solution Must Be Affordable

    By Stuart Gosswein

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009

    SEMA News - May 2009

    SEMA LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS

    By Jim McFarland

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    Importing product into the United States just became more complicated and costly due to a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulation.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    By Linda Spencer

     

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    Service takes many forms. Every company in the specialty-equipment industry benefits from those who give their time, skill and energy to help SEMA businesses thrive and prosper.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    SEMA EVENTS

    The 2009 SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser

    SEMA News-May 2009-Service, Recognition and Contribution 

    The SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser is the setting where SEMA-member companies contribute to two particularly w

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009

    SEMA News - May 2009

    SEMA SPY PHOTOS

    The images and information included in “Spy Photos” are supplied by the shooters at Brenda Priddy & Co. “Spy Photos” are also included each week in SEMA eNews, the association’s electronic newsletter. To receive your copy of SEMA eNews, e-mail eNews@sema.org.

     

  • Posted on:
    May 01 2009
    You will find fans of the auto hobby and racing everywhere, even in the hallowed halls of Congress.

    SEMA News - May 2009

    SEMA LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS

    Federal Legislators Who Support the Hobby

    You will find fans of the auto hobby and racing everywhere, even in the hallowed halls of Congress. Many members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate have shown their support for the hobby by joining the Congressional Automotive Performance and Motorsports Caucus.