A new feature of the Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) Media Trade Conference (MTC) is online exhibitor registration.
Creating turn-key value for customers.
Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
MPMC’s campaign offers easy ways for companies and enthusiasts to get involved.
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.
Crossover utility vehicles have outsold SUVs more than 3-to-1 since the beginning of the year, creating a unique opportunity for specialty-equipment manufacturers.
Trends from December 2008 to May 2009 show that more consumers are thinking about buying wheels, tires and suspension products then accessories or performance parts.