At last year's SEMA Pinewood Drag Race, former SEMA Chairman Mitch Williams
won first place in the Modified class. This year, he will compete against SEMA
Chairman Jim Cozzie for the Unlimited trophy.
Enhanced New Products Showcase area and improved technology to connect buyers and manufacturers highlight the 2009 Show, scheduled November 3–6 in Las Vegas.
2009 Detroit Autorama Student Career Day a Success!
More than 3,000 students attended the Detroit Autorama Student Career Day.
An important goal of the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) is to provide its members with ongoing opportunities to meet and discuss industry issues; gain valuable information and hands-on experience; and make important contacts within our industry. Our general membership meetings and the annual Hotrod & Restoration Education & Training Day presented by the HRIA provide a great chance for council members to meet on a regular basis.
Recognizing that businesses within the specialty-equipment industry face unique insurance coverage needs, SEMA has partnered with Alliant Insurance Services to create the Specialty Equipment Insurance Alliance (SEIA), a program designed to assist SEMA-member companies in protecting their asset base, cash flow and employees’ welfare.
Exhibitors and buyers will benefit from substantially discounted hotel
room rates—the lowest in six years—at nearly all Las Vegas hotels for
Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week 2009.
One of the staple features of the SEMA Show, the New Products Showcase
highlights the industry’s most recent innovations in performance,
function and style.
Utah lawmakers (from left), Representative Ken Sumsion, Senator John Valentine, Representative Patrick Painter and Representative Neal Hendrickson give the thumbs up just minutes after the bill passed the legislature.