Seventeen industry professionals are vying for a position on the 2010–2012 SEMA Board of Directors. The SEMA Board provides strategic direction to the association and plays a critical role in shaping the future of the automotive specialty-equipment industry. Ballots were sent to the primary contacts at eligible SEMA-member companies within the corresponding categories at the beginning of May and are due back by June 11, 2010.
Board of Directors
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While technology has been an undeniable force in the evolution of the automobile, it has also determined how cars and car parts are sold. From the first handbills to newspaper and magazine advertising to broadcast media and now the Internet, technology inevitably changes the way manufacturers, distributors and retailers sell their wares. As electronic cataloging has evolved over the past decade, the ability of parts suppliers, sellers and end users to source and find parts has gone from tedious to instantaneous—so long as sufficient and correct product information is available. Simply put, ample and easily understood information helps sell products.
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John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, knew a
thing or two about leadership. One of his most famous quotes was, “If
your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and
become more, you are a leader.” Those are also fitting words to
describe the upcoming SEMA Leadership Days, to be held July 21–24 in Pasadena, California.
Attendees will “learn more” by taking advantage of this year’s Business Technology Symposium at the Pasadena Convention Center on Friday, July 23, from 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. The topics for this full day of instruction will run the gamut from “The Future of Mobile Marketing” and “Reaching Your Customers on Forums and Blogs” to “Market Research in the Digital Age” and “Social Media for Your Business.” Your business can’t afford to stand still in a rapidly changing world. Here’s a chance to jump ahead, where the learning is tailored for our industry and the networking with industry peers alone is worth your while.