SEMA councils and networks have announced information regarding their 2016 SEMA Show industry receptions and awards.
SEMA councils and networks have announced information regarding their 2016 SEMA Show seminars and panel discussions.
Five SEMA councils and networks have announced information regarding their 2016 SEMA Show seminars and panel discussions.
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.
About this product:
The SEMA Pickup Report provides an overview of the specialty-equipment market for pickup trucks. The report includes data collected on how consumers modify their pickups: what parts they buy, how they shop, and how specialty-equipment business can connect with them to help sell their products.
The report includes:
- Information on parts and accessories that consumers have already purchased or intend to purchase
- Which retail channels consumers use to purchase pickup modifications
- Where consumers turn for information and ideas about new parts and accessories
- Key differences between different types of pickup accessorizers and how you can tailor your marketing to them
- Recommendations for the industry
MPMC members attending the annual PWA conference are encouraged to join the council for a general membership meeting, Sunday, September 11.
The top-10 finalists in the 2016 SEMA Launch Pad: Powered by YEN competition will pitch their business ideas in front of a live audience and a panel of industry judges.
The Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) is once again hosting its popular Media Preview Day Monday, October 31, prior to the opening of the 2016 SEMA Show. Held in the Media Center located in the Sky Bridge of the LVCC, exhibiting LTAA manufacturers are able to maximize product exposure to over 150 members of the media. Throughout the four-hour event, exhibiting truck accessory manufacturers will meet face-to-face with editors and reporters making contacts and introducing their latest products without sacrificing valuable floor time with buyers.
The Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) elected three incumbents and three new members to its select committee. These committee members will serve two-year terms and will be up for re-election in 2018. The new members include Casey Currie of Casey Currie Racing, Kelli Mallicote of Bodyguard Truck Accessories and Matt Reasoner of BedRug and Retrax.