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Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual-Championship Format

Facilitators of the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge have introduced a new dual championship format so that qualifying teams will face off at one of the two top industry trade shows—SEMA or PRI. The top two teams from the SEMA Show in November will take on the top two teams from PRI in December in the finale to crown the 2014 Engine Challenge Champion.Hot Rodders of Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that hosts nationwide Engine Challenges, where high-school teams compete against each other in complete engine rebuilds. All of the teams work hard to complete the regular season to reach the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Championship.
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The SEMA Education Institute is dedicated to fostering the industry's next generation of industry leaders and innovators. Our goal is to expand awareness of the specialty equipment aftermarket, engage the next generation, provide scholarships and loan forgiveness awards to the best and brightest students and give groups from colleges and universities the opportunity to attend the SEMA Show.

Learn Installation Tips and Product Trends for Today's Restylers

Every restyling, auto trim and accessory business needs tools to get the job done right. Not just tools of the trade, but resources to sharpen installation and business skills, too. 

SEMA Presents $119,000 in Scholarships to Future Industry Leaders

A total of $119,000 in scholarships is being distributed to 74 students through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), a program administered by the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) to foster leadership opportunities in the specialty equipment marketplace and to support educational goals for students.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(September 8, 2009)

Contact: Della Domingo
909-396-0289, ext. 130
dellad@sema.org

 
SEMA PRESENTS $119,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO FUTURE INDUSTRY LEADERS
 
     
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Sept. 8, 2009) – A total of $119,000 in scholarships is being distributed to 73 students through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), a program administered by the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) to foster leadership opportunities in the specialty equipment marketplace and to support educational goals for students.
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