The fall and winter months are busy for members of SEMA’s Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC), as many exhibit at both the SEMA Show in Las Vegas and the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show in Indianapolis. These shows represent two of the biggest weeks of the year for MPMC members. Though much of the council’s focus is placed on preparing a lineup of events for the December PRI Show, MPMC will also power two seminars at the 2014 SEMA Show. Eugene Zelek Jr., co-chair of the antitrust and trade regulation group for Freeborn & Peters LLP, has designed these back-to-back sessions to help members navigate the ins and outs of pricing policies.
We have a great reason for you to get up bright and early on Friday of the SEMA Show.
Always an important part of PRI week, the MPMC Hall of Fame immortalizes those who have made a significant contribution to MPMC or to the motorsports parts manufacturing segment as a whole.
PRI week will kick start for MPMC members with a general membership meeting, providing a networking and brainstorming opportunity for current and prospective members.
The second annual MPMC Education Day returns to the PRI Show with a few adjustments and new features.
FREE WEBINAR: SEMA’s Trade Show Director, Tom Gattuso and SEMA’s Director of Education, Zane Clark will present an exclusive exhibitor webinar on Thursday, September 25th at 10 a.m. pdt entitled “Preparing Yourself for a Successful SEMA Show – On and Off the Floor.”
Exhibitor Registration for the 2016 MPMC Media Trade Conference is now closed. Only 100 spots were open, and will be chosen using a random number lottery system. Manufacturers who submitted an application but did not get selected for the 2015 event, are automatically guaranteed a spot in the 2016 event if they submit a new application by the deadline of September 4, 2015. Exhibitor selection is available ONLY for MPMC member companies.
Exhibiting at the SEMA Show takes preparation, and there are a number of details that may not occur to a first-timer until just a few weeks before the doors open!
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) has recruited three new staff members to fill critical roles as the organization grows. The focus for these new hires includes systems development, member recruitment and product data services.
The annual Installation Banquet serves as the venue where we thank our association's outgoing board members and welcome those who have been newly elected.