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The Easiest Way for All Show Exhibitors to Save Cash

With the 2015 SEMA Show a little more than 80 days away, planning ahead to take advantage of discounts is the simplest way for exhibitors to save money. 

SEMA Launches Emerging Leaders Conference

Is there an up-and-comer in your organization ready to get to the next level—with a little bit of a nudge?

New Guide Covers Best Practices for Oversized Wheels: ’09–’14 Ford F-150

SEMA’s Wheel and Tire Council (WTC) has released the first two installments of a series of Ride Guides, a set of sales tools for wheel and tire retailers.

New, Advanced 3D Printer Helps Manufacturers Build Better Prototypes

SEMA-member manufacturers now have access to a new, upgraded 3D printer that produces larger and more accurate prototypes than the machine previously available through the SEMA Garage.

10 Tips for Growing Your International Sales

Join SEMA for breakfast on Wednesday, July 22, at 9:00 a.m., at the SEMA headquarters in Diamond Bar, California, to learn about how businesses can most efficiently grow their international sales while avoiding common mistakes.

Demystifying the Emissions Certification Process

The SEMA Garage is available to make the emissions certification process as easy and affordable as possible for members.

Time Running Out to Pitch Your Business Idea at the SEMA Show

Submissions for the 2015 Launch Pad competition—where young entrepreneurs present their business plans to some of the industry’s biggest influencers—are due by July 3.

U.S. Congress Introduces Bill to Allow Limited Production of Turn-Key Replica Cars

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) and Rep. Gene Green (D-TX) have introduced bipartisan legislation that would enable low-volume car manufacturers to produce turn-key replica vehicles for customers nationwide. Replica vehicles resemble classic cars produced at least 25 years ago.
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