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.
Six Seats Open for ARMO Select Committee
Eaton Detroit Spring facility highlights the heritage and history of SEMA manufacturing members.
SEMA urged Congress to include two additional provisions to controversial legislation that would provide a government voucher to consumers who buy a new car in exchange for scrapping a less fuel-efficient vehicle.
Make your hotel reservations now for the 2009 SEMA Show. Rooms discounted 25%–40% compared to last year's prices.
Calling all reps! Join us at MANAfest!
Don’t miss this once a year opportunity to meet face-to-face with SEMA executive staff and leaders from SEMA Member companies and discuss the future outlook of our industry.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has temporarily expanded the size requirements for SBA-backed 7(a) loans in order to help insert more liquidity into the marketplace. The SBA estimates that more than 70,000 small businesses across the country will be eligible for new loans between now and the time the program ends on September 30, 2010, including many auto-sector businesses.