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Changing With the Times to Provide Value

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While change is ongoing, value is a steady standard. You know that your business must change with the times, and the best way to survive and flourish is to provide consistent value. The SEMA Show is the same. We’re actively evolving the Show to increase the value proposition and ensure that participants get a solid return on investment.

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Vehicles of the 2009 SEMA Show

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Just when you think you’ve seen everything, it’s time for the SEMA Show and a whole new panorama of vehicular sculpture. Virtually every type of car, truck and—new this year—powersports machine appears in this automotive carnival. While the premise of the event is mainly business—the place where the products that will appear on cars next year are ordered by retailers and jobbers today—the SEMA Show is also a gallery of works produced by the greatest custom builders in the country. The annual SEMA News “Vehicles of the Show” preview provides a mere sampling of what will be parked in and around the Las Vegas Convention Center. So as you’re making your way to your next appointment or continuing your search for the next big thing, be sure to keep your eyes open. As this preview proves, there will be plenty to see!

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Gary Vigil

Gary Vigil: One of the ways SEMA tries to fulfill its mission of helping its members’ businesses succeed and prosper is to produce the industry’s leading trade show.

SBN Photo Gallery - 2008 SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast

The 2008 SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast, Powered by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN), was abuzz with activity and interest as close to 200 people met to honor two industry trailblazers — the winners of the coveted Athena and Woman of the Year awards. The 2008 Athena Award for outstanding contributions to women in the automotive aftermarket was presented to Competition Cams, and Lori LaCosse was named the 2008 SBN Woman of the Year.

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