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SEMA Urges Congress to Renew Expired Tax Cuts

SEMA joined nearly 1,300 trade associations, companies and other organizations in signing a letter to members of the House and Senate urging them to pass dozens of expired tax cuts during the November/December lame-duck session of Congress. 

Optimism High Among Buyers and Exhibitors

The vibe from the 2010 SEMA Show was overwhelmingly positive, with more than 100,000 industry professionals gathering last week in Las Vegas.

It Pays to Become a SEMA Member at the SEMA Show

SEMA members have exclusive access to valuable tools and benefits that can help them save money and grow their business.

SEMA and Clemson University Project Vehicle Program Prepares Students for Their Futures

In an effort to immerse students in a setting that resembles the daily business of their future working environment, the Deep Orange project vehicle prototype program at Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) pioneers education, research and industry collaboration within the automotive engineering graduate degree program.

It’s Not Too Late to Get a Great Deal on a Hotel Room for the Show

The 2010 SEMA Show is only days away, and in SEMA's effort to bring you the best hotel rates, it has kept its official housing bureau open later than ever and continues to offer incredible hotel deals in Vegas. There are nearly 10 hotels, from the Tropicana to the Rio, where you can book your room now and pay less than $100 per night.

SEMA Connects With 40,000 Key Buyer Prospects

Continuing with this year’s attendee marketing campaign of “SEMA Show: Behind Your Business 100%” and the association’s efforts to market all the way up until Show time, a 16-page comprehensive brochure dropped in the mail earlier this week to 40,000 buyers.

What You Need to Know When Pursuing a Patent Infringement Case

Many SEMA members have secured design or utility patents from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office only to discover that their patented product is being infringed by imports. If litigation is ultimately necessary to combat the problem, there are two possible forums in which to pursue a grievance, the U.S. International Trade Commission and a federal district court. Each forum has advantages and disadvantages.

Don’t Miss the Chance to Save Big on Early SEMA Show Registration

Buyers! The deadline to register early for the 2010 SEMA Show is quickly approaching. October 17 is your last day to save $50 on early-bird registration. Register early and pay just $25!

Source Interlink Media Urges 50 Million Readers to Lobby for the Hobby

Publisher of Hot Rod and more than 50 other auto enthusiast magazines is using its newsstand reach to raise awareness of legislation that affects all car, truck, motorcycle and racing enthusiasts. 

SEMA Teams Up With Las Vegas on Buyer Outreach

SEMA and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) join on a campaign to bring qualified buyers to the 2010 SEMA Show, reaching out to 15,000 quality leads from the SEMA Show database. 

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