Congratulations to the following individuals who have been recognized by SPC for their outstanding achievement in the street performance industry:
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Car and truck buyers seek the vehicles that best suit their needs, including the need to be individual. While the automakers deliver an amazing variety of products to fit dozens of market niches, they cannot possibly create a unique vehicle for every unique customer. Accessories and performance products fill that void, allowing unlimited and complete personalization of any car or truck.
It didn’t take the Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) very long to accept SEMA’s offer to move its annual industry reception from the Las Vegas Hilton to the Renaissance Hotel.
The annual Young Executives Network (YEN) reception will be held on Tuesday, November 4, from 5:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m. during the 2009 SEMA Show.
SEMA Show 2009 attendees are invited to stop by the Light-Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) booth # 30073 located in the South Hall.
A primary mission of the Street Performance Council is to bring the latest trends and educational programs to SEMA members.
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Attendees at the recent SEMA Internet Symposium, presented by the Street Performance Council (SPC), left the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, equipped with tools for creating and implementing an online marketing strategy that will keep their businesses moving forward in today’s technologically advancing climate.
The SPC Internet Symposium was established in 2007 to emphasize the importance of Internet marketing to SEMA-member companies.
As a result of recent elections, the Professional Restylers
Organization (PRO) is proud to welcome five new members to the select
The SBN Woman of the Year Award was added to the presentation in 2002 to recognize a woman in the industry that has had outstanding achievements and made significant contributions to the automotive aftermarket.
2007 winner, Amy Faulk (Hypertech) who is a founding member of the SBN, presented the 2008 award to Lori LaCosse. Selected from a field of three worthy contenders that included Valiena A. Allison and Amy Bowler.