More than 1,500 exhibitors have already secured booth space for the 2009 SEMA Show, but it's not too late to reserve your real estate.
The 2009–2010 SEMA Board of Directors is an esteemed group of industry
professionals, including four newly elect members: Joel Ayres of Truck
Accessories Group, Jeff Bates of Bob Cook Sales, Laurel Dasher of
Superchips Inc. and Zan Martin of Martin & Co. Advertising. To read more about the Board, open the latest copy of SEMA News.
Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show
product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.
The SEMA Show is fast approaching and this is your last exclusive
chance to stake your company's claim in the official SEMA Show
Directory, the companion SEMA Show Pocket Guide, and the official
International Buyers Guide.
Take one hour on Monday, September 17, to participate in the SEMA webinar, “Major Determinants of U.S. Automotive Demand: Factors Driving
the U.S. Automotive Market.” This is your chance to learn more about
the major economic drivers of the U.S. automotive market and their
potential impact on the specialty-equipment industry.
What do Bob Hope, Jerry Seinfeld and Ellen DeGeneres have in common? All three comedians have performed at the SEMA Industry Awards banquet! List the various comedians who have performed at the Banquet and win a trip backstage to visit this year's entertainer Bill Engvall.
For the sixth consecutive year, Meguiar's president Barry Meguiar
will interview the biggest names in the automotive industry during the 2009 SEMA Show.
SEMA News offers five guidelines for helping companies gauge the
usefulness of their current product information practices. Addressing
these steps won't necessarily mean standards compliance, but will help
you get headed in the right direction.
What if your company had access to some of the brightest minds in
the field, students at a major university who were
allowed to focus on the creation and development of a product to which
your company might eventually have marketing rights? Read what Texas A&M university is doing to bridge the academic-to-marketplace gap.