SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 23, June 7, 2012

SEMA Council Elections: Voting Closes June 12

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Each Select Committee helps direct Association resources to address the current and future issues that impact the council group and its markets. Select Committee chairs and chair-elects gather here for a group photo at the 2011 SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser.
   

Voting for the SEMA council and committee elections closes at 5:00 p.m. (PDT), Tuesday, June 12. Each of the 10 groups will fill open seats on their respective Select Committees—the governing body which represents the interests of each group's membership at large.

Select Committees are comprised of elected volunteers who serve two-year terms (three-term max) and work with the Association to help guide the strategic direction of the market that they represent.

Select Committee members act as individuals, not as a company representative, and are entrusted to direct Association resources in a manner that reflects the membership and addresses the current and future issues that impact specialty-equipment businesses.

Council and committee representatives who are eligible to vote should have received a reminder e-mail from Associationvoting.com containing the Voting Link, ballot number and password.

Note: If you did not receive the e-mail in your inbox, check you spam or junk folder. Those who are unable to locate the e-mail or have questions about the voting process are encouraged to contact Arlene Wood at arlenew@sema.org or call 909-978-6689.

For more information about the councils and committees available to SEMA members, visit www.SEMA.org/councils.