symposium focused on eCommerce and business technology in the vehicle
aftermarket, the first Virtual Aftermarket eForum will be conducted completely
on the web, Wednesday, September 30.
The SEMA Business Technology Committee exists to help SEMA members make
the right technology decisions. The idea is to focus on expanding
selling opportunities and cut costs through the use of standards and
the right technologies for SEMA businesses.
News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show
product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.
With the release of Internet Explorer 8, expect some broken websites.
Despite reports of a down economy and economic woes, the hot-rod market is alive and well.
Congress passed and President Obama signed into law "cash for
clunkers" legislation which contains two hard-fought SEMA provisions to lessen the program's impact to collectors and the aftermarket.
Learn how to maximize your specialty aftermarket parts e-catalog and
your online marketing at SEMA’s 2009 Internet Symposium sponsored by
SPC on Saturday, August 1 at Pasadena, California’s Convention Center.
The Camaro has been one of the most popular enthusiast vehicles since its introduction as a 1967 model. This mini-report prepared by the SEMA Research and Information Center provides a snapshot look at Camaro enthusiasts.
Fullsize-pickup owners spend an average of $1,800 on their trucks, outspending their midsize counterparts who typically purchase about $835 on parts and accessories.