If you care enough about the above headline to have read this sentence, it’s probably because you value your right to vote. And you should value it—at every level of opportunity. The good news is that no one is taking away your right to vote in the SEMA Board of Directors elections. But, we hope that the nerve we just hit will cause many of you to realize your vote is taken away every time you fail to submit your vote. SEMA Board members guide the use of a powerful arsenal of SEMA resources, and you’d be upset if we said you no longer have a say in the matter. So this year, start a new habit and vote!
SEMA Board of Directors
Nineteen industry professionals are vying for a position on the 2011–2013 SEMA Board of Directors. The voting process, which is entirely electronic this year, will be ongoing until voting closes June 14.
Candidates for the 2011 SEMA Board of Directors election have been
announced. In addition to the 17 members vying for a seat on the Board,
this year’s election includes voting for the chairman-elect. The
chairman-elect plays a critical role in the industry, serving as
chairman-elect for two years before transitioning to the chairman of the
“I’ve long considered myself lucky to work in an industry I love and serve as an advocate for issues that have such a tremendous impact on the future of the automotive aftermarket,” Spagnola said.
About this product:
While technology has been an undeniable force in the evolution of the automobile, it has also determined how cars and car parts are sold. From the first handbills to newspaper and magazine advertising to broadcast media and now the Internet, technology inevitably changes the way manufacturers, distributors and retailers sell their wares. As electronic cataloging has evolved over the past decade, the ability of parts suppliers, sellers and end users to source and find parts has gone from tedious to instantaneous—so long as sufficient and correct product information is available. Simply put, ample and easily understood information helps sell products.
As a member of the Association, we need your recommendation of industry
leaders to serve on the SEMA Board of Directors. Our industry has many
individuals who would be an asset to the SEMA Board, but oftentimes
those individuals aren’t immediately apparent to the committee that is
responsible for selecting the final candidates.