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Industry Trends to Look for in 2013


A Look to the Future With SEMA Council Leaders

For its December issue each year, SEMA News puts out a call to
the leaders of the association’s councils and networks to seek their
views about what might be in store in the near term. These industry
professionals provide responses based on what their organizations and
their companies are seeing within their marketplaces. Their responses
are instructive and should provide helpful insights for businesses in
every segment of the marketplace.

Trends for 2013


A Look to the Future With SEMA Council Leaders

For its December issue each year, SEMA News puts out a call to the leaders of the association’s councils and networks to seek their views about what might be in store in the near term. These industry professionals provide responses based on what their organizations and their companies are seeing within their marketplaces. Their responses are instructive and should provide helpful insights for businesses in every segment of the marketplace.

2012 SEMA Scholarship Fund Charity Engine Auction Set

SEMA Scholarships CommitteeThe SEMA Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that it will once again be auctioning an engine on eBay in conjunction with the SEMA Show to benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), an organization dedicated to fostering the next generation of automotive leaders and innovators. Proceeds will help provide assistance to university, college and trade-school students seeking careers in the automotive industry. Ed Pink Racing Engines of Van Nuys, California, will again be responsible for the build.

First-Ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women

SEMA Scholarships CommitteeAnnounced in May, the SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women is a collaboration between Ford Motor Co. and SEMA. Lead by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) a ’13 Mustang GT donated by Ford will be completely modified utilizing the contest-winning design from start to finish by women. Beginning with three concepts developed by female designers and concluding with women volunteers performing the hands-on modifications, the project is meant to shine the light on females working in the automotive aftermarket and encourage more women to pursue careers in the industry.

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