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Chris Thomson, 2010 Board of Directors Nominee

2010 SEMA Board of Directors Nominee, Chris Thomson Dear SEMA Members,

My name is Chris Thomson, and I am asking to serve you as a member of the SEMA Board of Directors.

Candidates For the SEMA Board of Directors, 2010-2012

Seventeen industry professionals are vying for a position on the 2010–2012 SEMA Board of Directors. The SEMA Board provides strategic direction to the association and plays a critical role in shaping the future of the automotive specialty-equipment industry. Ballots were sent to the primary contacts at eligible SEMA-member companies within the corresponding categories at the beginning of May and are due back by June 11, 2010.

Dave Wrobleski, 2010 Board of Directors Nominee

2010 SEMA Board of Directors Nominee, Dave Wrobleski I am asking for your vote to be re-elected to the SEMA Board of Directors to help see through some of the initiatives that were started during my first term. Several of these, such as the Data Pool and SEMA Education Institute, will directly affect the rep and the companies they sell to and work for.

State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus

In its daily efforts to promote and protect the auto hobby, SEMA continues to partner with state lawmakers from across the country through the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus.

SEMA News - May 2010

Workday Lawmakers, Weekend Enthusiasts 

In its daily efforts to promote and protect the auto hobby, SEMA continues to partner with state lawmakers from across the country through the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, the caucus is a bipartisan group of state lawmakers whose common thread is a love and appreciation for automobiles.

ARMO - Spring Is Back!

For most members of the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO), business slows somewhat at the end of the year, allowing us time to catch up on various projects and plan for the upcoming New Year.

SEMA Member News - March/April 2010

Time for Elections, Shows and the New Products Showcase

By Jim Barber

Leadership

As a trade association, SEMA is lead by a volunteer Board of Directors. The individuals serving on the board are doing more than just “getting involved” and leading the association. They are serving the industry and all of the businesses within it. They are providing direction and playing a critical role in shaping the future of the automotive specialty-equipment market.

Reach Your Goals through the Ultimate Leadership Training

SEMA Council Leaders
 

  • Do you want to expand market presence?
  • Do you want to reduce overhead?
  • Do you want to improve operations?
  • Do you want to increase contacts and gain support?

Understanding your business objectives allows you to better align SEMA resources that can help you achieve your goals.

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