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Nominations Open for the 2009 SEMA WD of the Year Award

Your vote as a SEMA member is important! All SEMA-member warehouse distributors are eligible, regardless of size.

UTI Seeks Your Expertise for Training Curriculum

Universal Technical Institute, Inc. (UTI), a nationwide provider of technical education training for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians, is asking for your participation and attendance at its 2009 Advisory Council meeting.

Products Available for SEMA Show Project-Vehicle Builders

SEMA Show exhibitors: Generate more buzz for your company and its products at the 2009 SEMA Show by offering products to builders through the SEMA Products for Project-Vehicle Builders list.

Free New Product Promotion in SEMA News Magazine

Attention SEMA Exhibitors! Planning to make a big announcement at the 2009 SEMA Show? Are you introducing an industry-changing new product? If so, we want to know about it for the September SEMA Show Preview issue of SEMA News magazine.

SEMA Show Tips: 25 Exhibitor Do's and Don'ts

Whether your company is a veteran of the SEMA Show or first-time exhibitor, the SEMA webinar on August 20 will provide you with the tips to make your Show experience a valuable one.

Meet with Distributors and Buyers in China

SEMA-member companies are invited to participate in an upcoming staff-led trip to China, September 23–26.

Is Poor Product Information Costing You Sales?

About seven or eight months ago, a successful retail chain with a 20-year, 10-location brick-and-mortar history decided that it was time it competed on the web with a full e-commerce solution.

North Carolina Street Rod and Replica Bill Signed Into Law

A version of SEMA-model legislation to create a vehicle registration classification for street rods, replicas and custom vehicles was signed into law by North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue.

New SEMA Board Member Tim Watts: Working to Secure the Suspension-Lift Market's Future

Tim Watts of Superlift Suspension Systems, one of the newest members of the SEMA Board of Directors, discusses his involvement with the Young Executives Network (YEN) and the SEMA Board in the new issue of SEMA News. Much of what he has learned in his career is the result of asking questions, and listening to the answers and advice offered by the automotive aftermarket community.
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