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Help Us Find the Industry's Young Stars

SEMA News is looking to highlight top-tier talent in the automotive aftermarket industry who are under the age of 35 through its 35 Under 35 program.

Prepare Your Products for the Self-Driving Vehicle

How will your auto accessories be incorporated into future vehicles? Get answers during the SEMA Product Development Expo, a one-day conference just for product developers, designers and engineers.

Corky Coker Supports SEMA PAC—How About You?

For many of you, “politics” is a four-letter word, but there’s a lot happening in our nation’s capital that affects your bottom line. SEMA’s Political Action Committee (SEMA PAC) is working hard to ensure that our rights as enthusiasts are protected, but we can’t do it alone.

Fifth Annual SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit Set for April 14–16

Hundreds of SEMA Show exhibitors will learn how to promote their new products and target buyers, while getting tips for setting up a cost-effective booth, during the fifth-annual SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit.

Johnson Valley OHV Area Takes Center Stage at 2014 King of the Hammers

Loren Healy took the checkered flag at last week’s King of the Hammers. His personal victory was also an opportunity to celebrate that the world’s most brutal one-day endurance auto race will continue to be staged in Johnson Valley, California. 

Coming Soon! Your SEMA Account Representative

For the first time in 50 years, each SEMA member will soon have a single, dedicated point of contact for all things SEMA.

Solving the Aftermarket Emissions Compliance Puzzle

As part of our ongoing efforts to keep the industry on track with Federal and State emissions compliance, and to assist members in understanding the requirements and identify ways to minimize both cost and time, SEMA maintains information that addresses these issues in a very user-friendly way.

Vote Now for SEMA's Next Global Vehicle for Measuring Sessions

With the first 40 votes in, four vehicles—the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado four-door, VW Amarok, Nissan Patrol and Mitsubishi L200—are on the short list of vehicles that are popular globally, but not sold in the United States, which members are interested in measuring to create export-ready product.

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Tell Congress What Matters Most to You!

Pursuing a pro-growth manufacturing and job-creation agenda, creating access to small business loans and credit, finding affordable health insurance options for employees, countering burdensome vehicle equipment regulations, preventing higher ethanol content in gasoline and combating counterfeit products.  These are just a few of the political issues facing SEMA members during this critical election year.
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