In just its second year at the SEMA Show, and just a little more than 18 months since its founding, the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) reports having met with more than 140 different companies in its Show booth last week. Those meetings, described as "very productive" by SDC CEO Jon Wyly, resulted in approximately 40 new members with many other strong prospects expected to join by the first of the year.
Nearly 3,700 individuals were approved for media credentials for the 2013 SEMA Show, giving exhibiting manufacturers unprecedented coverage in television, radio and Internet publications worldwide.
Once again, the annual SEMA Cruise was a crowd favorite, helping exhibitors, builders, Vegas locals and enthusiasts get one last look at the vehicles that dominated the 2013 SEMA Show. The SEMA Cruise is the only part of the Show that is open to consumers.
As the 2013 SEMA Show enters its fourth and final day members continue to benefit from programs that help them grow their businesses.
SEMA, the trade association representing the $31.32 billion specialty automotive industry, honored some of its most respected and influential people at a gala dinner last night, during the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
As the 2013 SEMA Show heads into its third day, smart SEMA members continue to take advantage of a full schedule of seminars and events that provide an unparalleled opportunity to learn first-hand what trends will affect their business.
This year’s Toyota Dream Build Challenge invited a diverse group of Team Toyota athletes along with their big-time partners to modify vehicles, letting fans participate in the process and vote for their favorites online at www.ToyotaDreamBuild.com.
Scion, in partnership with Super Street magazine announced its ninth annual three Scion Tuner Challenge finalists, each of whom revealed their modified tC vehicles on the opening day of the 2013 SEMA Show.
Custom vehicle builder Ringbrothers has debuted a new take on the Pantera designed in collaboration with Nike’s innovation skunk works team.