Supporting the association that represents the automotive specialty-equipment market is reason enough to join SEMA, but there are many additional reasons. Some are especially helpful to the retail segment, but wading through all the benefits SEMA offers can be overwhelming at times. For those who are wondering about the value, here are the top five reasons it pays for retailers to join the association.
SEMA Member News—March/April 2014
Five Reasons Why It Pays to Be a SEMA-Member Retailer
The second stop on the 2013 Town Hall tour is Bestop Inc. in Denver, Colorado. SEMA will be rounding up our local members and prospective members for an evening of networking and discussion.
Bestop Inc. was a wonderful way to end the 2013 SEMA Town Hall Meetings. 62 membesrs attended this event and had the opportunity to network with industry leaders and got the chance to discuss the industry during an open forum discussion. A few main topics were:
To kick off our 2013 Town Hall Tour, SEMA will be rounding up our local members and prospective members for an evening at Lund International in Atlanta, GA.
SEMA Town Hall Meeting in Atlanta, GA was a successful way to kick off the first of the SEMA Town Hall series for 2013. Around 98 members/non-members attended this event and had the opportunity to network with industry leaders and got the chance to discuss the industry during an open forum discussion. Main topic covered during the panel discussion:
SEMA has partnered with UPS to introduce a new member benefit that will help lower shipping and delivery costs. The new member benefit includes up to 34 percent off many package deliveries, more than 70 percent off Less than Truckload (LTL) freight, and special offers on other UPS business services such as parcel insurance, cargo finance loans, design and test labs and more.
SEMA—along with its official housing bureau, Travel Planners—has
negotiated discounted hotel rates with several properties for this year's SEMA Show that
have not been in the official block in a long time.