SEMA’s Young Executives Network (YEN) is gearing up for its annual participation in the Hot Rod Power Tour. For the past two years, 10 YEN members have embarked on the Hot Rod Power Tour—an epic, week-long, cross-country journey that generates awareness of the hobby and industry.
With thousands of innovative manufacturers showcasing new products at the SEMA Show, the annual trade-only event is where reporters from around the world go to obtain valuable editorial content. In fact, reporters from more than 130 countries travel thousands of miles each year to spend nearly an entire week in Las Vegas, knowing that they will leave the SEMA Show with an abundance of content that they can share with their readers.
Ford project vehicle proposals are due March 1, 2016.
The 2016 SEMA Show is scheduled for Tuesday–Friday, November 1–4.
Committing to the Show early offers companies several benefits, including participation in the Priority Booth Space Selection, where exhibitors pick their locations at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Viewers across the nation recently tuned in to the Velocity Network to watch the “SEMA Battle of the Builders®” TV special, where they saw and learned about the amazing builds that were displayed at the 2015 SEMA Show.
The 2016 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge is set to kick off during the ninth-annual Race and Performance (RP) Expo, to be held February 20–21 in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Replacing wheels can create an enormous change in the appearance of any vehicle, and properly selected wheels are also performance parts that reduce unsprung weight and improve handling.
Fans across the country watched behind-the-scenes interviews and got a glimpse of the 2015 SEMA Show during the SEMA Battle of the Builders® premiere on the Velocity Network earlier this week.