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The Stories Behind SEMA's 2009 Hall of Famers

SEMA’s Hall of Fame award isn’t something you get just for showing up. The award is almost as old as the association itself and is the highest, most prestigious honor in the entire specialty-equipment industry.

See the Industry’s Movement and Innovation at the SEMA Show

For more than 40 years, the SEMA Show has provided a forum for specialty-equipment innovation. From iconic brands to first-time exhibitors, the industry chooses the SEMA Show to highlight its latest products and technology.

Breakfast and Networking at the SEMA Show

The annual SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast powered by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) is one of the most exciting, fun, informative events at the SEMA Show. It’s the only place where you can participate in a Speed Networking event and walk away with the widest variety of industry contacts from potential new clients, vendors, mentors, outstanding industry leaders or new employee prospects.

SEMA WD of the Year Nominations Due Next Friday

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2009 SEMA WD of the Year Award. As a SEMA member, your participation in submitting your nomination of the 2009 SEMA WD of the Year Award enables the selection task force to make the final decision.

Creating Killer Video: Using Video to Communicate with Your Customers

You know that video is all over the Web, some of it used to create effective marketing messages. Want to learn how to use this tool in your own business? John Naderi, executive editor of, is moderating a panel of industry experts at the 2009 SEMA Show who will dig deeper into using video to communicate with enthusiasts and customers.

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.

Announce Your SEMA Show Product Intros in eNews

Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.

Help Shape SEMA Market Research Program

In an effort to better serve members, SEMA is assembling a task force to help identify ways to provide more value through its market research.

Don't Chase off Young Employees—Learn How to Retain Your Top Talent

Decades of downsizing and layoffs have changed the contract between employee and employer. Everything has changed. Lisa Orrell, author of the book "Millennials Incorporated,” is an expert on multi-generational dynamics within the workforce and will show you how to hire—and keep—top young talent in her 2009 SEMA Show seminar.
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