The SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) will host the fifth-annual Gear-up Girl event.
SEMA’s councils and networks have announced the dates and locations of their 2016 SEMA Show events.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) select-committee election results are in, and the council welcomes back three incumbents as well as three new industry professionals. These individuals will serve two-year terms and will aid the council in its progression toward key initiatives. The three re-elected incumbents are Dave McKelvey, Ed Capen and Joe Petlick.
The Media Trade Conference brings together editorial staff from all over the world with racing and high-performance parts manufacturers for three days of face-to-face, 30-minute meetings.
Join the HRIA as they gather for an evening of networking, appetizers, beverages and celebrating individuals and companies who have and continue to lead the hot rod industry. The much-anticipated event kicks off after the close of the SEMA Show on Wednesday, November 1, located in the Westgate Paradise Center.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Builder’s Challenge is designed to showcase the talents of builders by giving them the opportunity to create one-of-a-kind pinewood hot rods.
There is still time to register for the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) annual Education Day, August 4, at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky.
From nearly 80 competitors, the top 13 young automotive entrepreneurs have been named in the fourth annual SEMA Launch Pad Presented by YEN competition.
The Young Executives Network (YEN) sent 10 young automotive aftermarket professionals on the Hot Rod Power Tour the week of June 10–17.
HRIA will host three events at the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, August 3–6.