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Tips for Media Trade Conference Success

The Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) holds its Media Trade Conference each January. The event is designed to bring together editorial staffs with racing and high-performance parts manufacturers for three days of face-to-face, 30-minute meetings. Rich Barsamian, MPMC chair, has exhibited at the event seven times and explained that the council’s goal in offering the conference is to help council members gain exposure.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

Tips for Media Trade Conference Success

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LTAA at the SEMA Show

The Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) industry awards reception was held November 5, 2014, at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (formerly the LVH). Open to all employees of LTAA-member companies and prospective members, the reception featured networking opportunities and three award presentations—the LTAA Hall of Fame, the LTAA Retailer of the Year and the LTAA Ron Webster Memorial Award for Engineering Excellence.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

LTAA at the SEMA Show

Honors and Accolades for Hot Rodders at the SEMA Show

In 2014, HRIA once again collaborated with the Automotive Restoration Market Organization to showcase the artistry of their members in a Hot Rod Alley booth. This was a destination point for members who needed a break or wanted to reconnect with old friends. The booth featured three display vehicles representing the hot-rod niche and three others representing the restoration market. Throughout the week, members visited to enjoy the cars, rest their feet and share information about the council with other visitors to the booth.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

Honors and Accolades for Hot Rodders at the SEMA Show

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The 2014 SEMA Show and ARMO Award Winners

The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) kicked off a spectacular week of activities at the SEMA Show by hosting its annual industry awards reception at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino on November 4. A highlight for many council members each year, the event provides an opportunity to showcase the efforts of the very best people and companies who tirelessly work to keep the restoration industry moving forward.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

The 2014 SEMA Show and ARMO Award Winners

First Steps for New Members: Free Tools to Help You Save and Grow

Attendees of the 2014 SEMA Show experienced the association’s membership offerings firsthand at SEMA Central, with many even joining on-site. A common question from these new members was “Now what?” Figuring out how to gain the most from association membership can be tricky at first, but there are a few easy ways to get started and a team of people eager to help. Whatever the niche and scope of a company, these instruments can accelerate your business for no added cost.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

First Steps for New Members: Free Tools to Help You Save and G

Make a Lasting Impact—Give the New Generation a Successful Start

The graying of the automotive specialty-equipment market is a theme that is currently receiving attention from SEMA’s Board of Directors, and Chair-Elect Doug Evans is especially passionate about the topic. He believes that there are two important reasons to pull young people into the industry: cultivating a new generation of consumer and ensuring the future success of the market.
SEMA Member News—November/December 2014

Make a Lasting Impact—Give the New Generation a Successful

Fresh Formats and Locations for YEN Events at the SEMA Show

The Young Executives Network (YEN) will maintain a strong presence at the SEMA Show in 2014, but some of the events that have become staples for members will have a new look. Each of the main initiatives geared toward young professionals will include a networking component, so members are encouraged to make plans early to join the festivities and meet with peers.
SEMA Member News—November/December 2014

Fresh Formats and Locations for YEN Events at the SEMA Show<

2014 SEMA Show SBN Key Events

The SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) would like to remind you to sign up for the following key events taking place at this year’s SEMA Show. The annual Speed Networking Breakfast is open to all SEMA members and is one of the best opportunities to meet peers, prospects, vendor associates and valuable contacts in one setting. Meet more than a dozen new contacts in a fast-paced environment that is structured to keep the introductions flowing.
SEMA Member News—November/December 2014

2014 SEMA Show SBN Key Events

SEMA Show’s Premier Manufacturers’ Rep Event

Building on the success of the sold-out 2013 Rep Technology Roundtable, SEMA’s Manufacturers’ Representative Network (MRN) will again host a collection of business-critical discussions moderated by industry thought leaders on November 2, 2014, from 3:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m. at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (formerly the LVH), Ballrooms D–E. Through intimate roundtable discussions, attendees will have the opportunity ask questions and receive practical solutions that address real-world issues. 2014 topics include:
SEMA Member News—November/December 2014

SEMA Show’s Premier Ma

Where to Find ETTN at the SEMA Show

SEMA’s Emerging Trends & Technology Network (ETTN) will take a more active role at this year’s SEMA Show. Network members were encouraged to attend the Young Executives Network reception last year, but the networks will collaborate for a joint event in 2014. The evening reception will run from 5:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4, in Ballroom C of the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (formerly the LVH) and will offer an ideal opportunity for new or prospective members to learn more about the focus and goals of the groups from volunteer leaders and veteran members.
SEMA Member News—November/December 2014

Where to Find ETTN at the SEMA Show

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