Retailers and distributors have a more optimistic sales outlook for the next three months than manufacturers.
Eaton Detroit Spring facility highlights the heritage and history of SEMA manufacturing members.
SEMA urged Congress to include two additional provisions to controversial legislation that would provide a government voucher to consumers who buy a new car in exchange for scrapping a less fuel-efficient vehicle.
Don’t miss this once a year opportunity to meet face-to-face with SEMA executive staff and leaders from SEMA Member companies and discuss the future outlook of our industry.
Kia Motors America is hosting a Measuring Session featuring the 2010 Soul.
|Maintain a buzz around your booth by following the tips outlined by ConvExx Chairman Chuck Schwartz.|
|New value packages help exhibitors save money while avoiding any last-minute setup surprises.|
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has temporarily expanded the size requirements for SBA-backed 7(a) loans in order to help insert more liquidity into the marketplace. The SBA estimates that more than 70,000 small businesses across the country will be eligible for new loans between now and the time the program ends on September 30, 2010, including many auto-sector businesses.
Source Interlink Companies Inc., one of the largest publishers of magazines and online content for enthusiast audiences and a leading distributor of DVDs, CDs, magazines, video games and books announced it has reached a restructured agreement with its lenders to eliminate approximately $1 billion dollars of existing debt and privatize the company. Under the agreement, the company’s lenders will cancel nearly $1 billion of the company’s existing debt and provide approximately $100 million in additional liquidity.
Exhibitors looking to make the most out of their Show-related budgets
are invited to participate in “one-on-one” exhibitor meetings with
experts from Convexx and Freeman.