Meet the candidates for the 2009 SEMA Board of Directors' election.
Legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate to establish a one-year
national vehicle scrappage program includes a SEMA provision to prevent
cars that are 25 years or older from being crushed.
Ballots now being accepted for several SEMA councils.
President Barack Obama announced plans to set new fuel-economy
standards beginning with model year 2012 vehicles and to regulate
carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions through a national standard rather than a
patchwork of state-by-state rules.
The SEMA Political Action Committee (PAC) helps provide an active and
vocal presence for the specialty-equipment industry in Washington, D.C.
SEMA has a proven legislative and regulatory program led by a professional staff based in Washington, D.C. that continually works on behalf of the membership. Meet the SEMA Government Affairs and Legal Staff.
Fans of the auto hobby and racing are everywhere, even in the U.S. House of Representatives, Senate and Congressional Automotive Performance and Motorsports Caucus.
By a 50-4 vote, the House Energy Committee approved federal legislation
to provide a government voucher to consumers who buy a new car in
exchange for scrapping a less fuel-efficient vehicle.
Don’t let hotel costs pose an obstacle to your 2009 SEMA Show plans. SEMA is actively working with Las Vegas hotels to secure rock-bottom rates during this year’s Show.
Chip Foose will serve as Grand Marshall of the inaugural SEMA Show N' Shine public car show, August 1, in Pasadena, California.