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.
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First, the obvious: The new-car market—traditionally fertile ground for restylers to cultivate—has become mired in the global recession. Extremely cautious consumers are holding off on big-ticket expenditures, and while reputable economists see glimmers of a rebound, business has yet to fully flex the recovery springboard. Still, some restylers have searched along the boundaries of their expertise to explore avenues they may have overlooked in more fruitful times.
Creating turn-key value for customers.
In this issue of SEMA Member News for the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO), we welcome the new leadership of the council: Chairman Karl Stearns and Chair-Elect Eldon Bracken.
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.
2009 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees Bill Perry, Rolan “Jeep” Worthan and Henry “Smokey” Yunick will be honored at the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser, Saturday, August 1, at the Pasadena Convention Center.
The Mobile Electronics & Technology section of the SEMA Show is
located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center and showcases audio, video, GPS, satellite radio, wireless, security, radar
detection products and more related automotive technology accessories.
A new M-Benz CL will likely be called, more appropriately, the S-Class Coupe. Expect more aggressive front-end styling and LED lamps front, and possibly back.
Learn how to get started with Internet marketing the right way during this hands-on presentation by Brian Offenberger.