WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 23, 2017) – More than 115 representatives from the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) gathered in the nation’s capital to participate in SEMA’s 2017 Washington Rally on Wednesday, May 17. Racing business owners and industry leaders took to the halls of Congress to remind lawmakers of the cultural and economic importance of motorsports and the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
SEMA Washington Rally
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Join industry leaders in Washington, D.C., to tell the new congress what matters most to you!
The biennial SEMA Washington Rally marks the 13th time SEMA members have assembled in our nation’s capital to advocate on behalf of the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
Join industry leaders in Washington, D.C., May 11, for the 2016 SEMA Washington Rally.
Participate in the SEMA Washington Rally (Wednesday, May 11) to connect with legislators on Capitol Hill and let them know what matters most to you and your business.
Join your fellow SEMA members in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 to demonstrate to lawmakers the importance and strength of the $31-billion specialty equipment industry. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to connect face-to-face with your legislators on Capitol Hill and inform them of the issues that matter most to you and your business. The SEMA Washington Rally is exclusively for SEMA members.
Mark your calendars! With Congress in full swing, it’s not too early to make plans to attend the 2016 Washington Rally (May 10–12). The May gathering will mark the 11th time SEMA members have assembled in our nation’s capital to advocate on behalf of the automotive specialty-equipment industry. A biennial tradition, the Washington Rally has raised SEMA’s profile within the halls of Congress and is an integral part of the association’s advocacy efforts.
More than 40 SEMA members met with their elected representatives in Washington, D.C., as part of the May 14 Washington Rally. The meetings were a valuable opportunity to urge members of Congress to pursue a pro-growth, manufacturing and job-creation agenda. Between meetings, Rally participants were treated to a unique lunchtime panel discussion hosted by “Fox News” contributor Frank Luntz, who is known for his trademark public-opinion focus groups.