Here are the SEMA Council & Network awards presented at the 2014 SEMA Show.
The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) hosted its annual long-range planning meeting this past summer at the SEMA Garage Industry Innovations Center in Diamond Bar, California. The meeting was scheduled to coincide with the SEMA Garage open house and the annual Installation Gala, and members of the PRO select committee and a number of at-large members met and discussed issues, challenges and opportunities affecting restylers and accessory manufacturers.
We have a great reason for you to get up bright and early on Friday of the SEMA Show.
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.”
Please join us at the PRO Industry Awards Reception, taking place during this year’s SEMA Show.
In addition to the SEMA Show events that have become traditions for PRO members over the years, 2014 will bring a new draw to members.
For members who have joined the council recently, or who just want to stay in the know, a general membership meeting on Thursday, November 6 will give another chance to connect over breakfast.
It’s official! Four incumbents and three freshmen have joined the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) select committee. Incumbents include Bob Carnahan; Dave Edmondson, Roadwire Inc.; Ginger Glover, Truckers Toy Store; and Ellen McKoy, EMK Marketing. Newcomers are Kimberly Callahan, Insignia Group; Mike Timmons, BedRug; and Steve Weimar, Rosen Entertainment Products. SEMA Member News recently asked the committee members about their goals and the reasons they’ve chosen to get involved.
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.