Hot Rod Alley at the SEMA Show includes a mix of street rod, custom car and street-performance products and services pertaining to everything from classic ’30s vehicles to ‘70s musclecars and beyond. This diverse category showed growth for the third consecutive year at the SEMA Show. For 2016, the number of companies exhibiting in the hot rod segment grew 2% and occupied 4% more square footage on the Show floor than in the prior year.
The SEMA Council and Network Select Committees election results are in with several new individuals to welcome.
Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Chairman John McLeod, owner of Classic Instruments, shares his involvement in the HRIA and inspiring the next generation of industry leaders.
The 2017 SEMA council and network select committee elections will kick-off Friday, April 28.
SEMA invites industry professionals to its Town Hall Meeting in Atlanta, where members and prospective members will gather at Omix-ADA for an evening of networking with local industry leaders and the SEMA team.
Eight of SEMA’s councils and networks will welcome new leadership beginning July 1.
SEMA invites industry professionals to attend its Town Hall Meeting in Chicago, where members and prospective members will gather at Heidts Automotive Group for an evening of networking with local industry leaders and the SEMA team.
The deadline to submit nominations for an open seat on a SEMA council or network select committee is February 22.
Join local industry leaders and members of the SEMA leadership at the SEMA Town Hall meeting hosted by Baer Inc. in Phoenix.
Companies headed to the Grand National Roadster Show (Pomona, California) are invited participate in the Hot Rod Industry Alliance’s (HRIA) opening meeting.