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Tips for Success From Talented Young Builders

Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) - SEMA CouncilHot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) - SEMA CouncilMembers of the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) often discuss how to engage the next generation, but sometimes a single individual can be the catalyst. A few up-and-coming builders recently reflected on the lessons they’ve learned so far and confirmed what HRIA members have been saying for years: community-building is a huge priority.

Randy Bolin is an independent builder from Jonesboro, Arkansas. His father, a metal fabricator, was the first to spark his interest in building vehicles, but many other mentors have also...

SEMA Installation and Gala

Join us for a networking experience like no other with fun surprises and a celebratory dinner honoring our new SEMA Hall of Fame inductees Gigi Carleton, Doug Evans and Barry Meguiar, along with incoming/outgoing SEMA Board of Directors. Purchase your ticket(s) today as seating is limited.

Honors and Accolades for Hot Rodders at the SEMA Show

Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) - SEMA CouncilIn 2014, HRIA once again collaborated with the Automotive Restoration Market Organization to showcase the artistry of their members in a Hot Rod Alley booth. This was a destination point for members who needed a break or wanted to reconnect with old friends. The booth featured three display vehicles representing the hot-rod niche and three others representing the restoration market. Throughout the week, members visited to enjoy the cars, rest their feet and share information about the council with other visitors to the booth.

How a Car Can Launch a Career: HRIA’s Feature-Vehicle Program

Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) - SEMA CouncilEach year at the SEMA Show, a walk through Hot Rod Alley gives attendees a snapshot of the market’s artistry. For the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA), the week is a chance to highlight a few creations by members displayed in the council booth and at the organization’s annual reception. It’s an initiative that’s much more than just eye candy, according to HRIA Chair Rick Love.

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