SEMA invites industry professionals to its last Town Hall Meeting of the year, in Seattle at Competition Specialties.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Education Days will once again be held at the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky.
This is the last call to submit nominations for SEMA’s prestigious annual industry awards.
SEMA is calling for nominations for the annual council and network awards.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) is hosting a series of general membership meetings at the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association events taking place in Columbus, Ohio; Pleasanton, California; and at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Feature Vehicle Program is designed to bring attention and to highlight the works of up and coming builders in the hot rod industry. Each year, 10 builders are selected to have their one-of-a-kind projects be featured at the iconic SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Three vehicles are placed in the shared ARMO/HRIA booth located in Hot Rod Alley, six vehicles are placed in the HRIA Reception and one is stationed in the alternate position, which still gets plenty of foot traffic.
Hot Rod Alley at the SEMA Show includes a mix of street rod, custom car and street-performance products and services pertaining to everything from classic ’30s vehicles to ‘70s musclecars and beyond. This diverse category showed growth for the third consecutive year at the SEMA Show. For 2016, the number of companies exhibiting in the hot rod segment grew 2% and occupied 4% more square footage on the Show floor than in the prior year.
The SEMA Council and Network Select Committees election results are in with several new individuals to welcome.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) kicks off their series of events at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville with a General Membership Meeting. The general membership meeting is a great opportunity to get together with industry friends and associates.