Keep an eye out for these spectacular vehicle debuts at the 2009 SEMA Show.
Learn how to cut product development time and costs using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and rapid prototyping technologies through live demos and seminar at the SEMA Show.
The Inside SEMA section of SEMA News continues its monthly highlight of SEMA management, with this month's edition featuring SEMA Vice President of Councils & Membership Nathan Ridnouer. SEMA News recently interviewed to uncover how councils can assist members in a tough economy, council activities planned for the Show and the new ways the association is delivering benefits to the membership.
There are probably as many definitions of a successful SEMA Show as
there are automotive professionals who attend—and that's more than
100,000 definitions. Value, attracting new customers, sales
improvements, innovation, networking and educational programs are
probably common themes in many characterizations of a successful Show.
Keeping with the theme of helping you do more with less, SEMA's Business Technology Committee (BTC) is sponsoring a track of seven seminars at the 2009 SEMA Show that will help your business do exactly that through the use of technology and quality product information.
The sessions are geared toward manufacturers, distributors and anyone else involved in the aftermarket distribution chain, and each is chock full of suggestions on how to make your business work smarter.
More than one-sixth of the state of Utah would be off-limits to any
form of motorized recreation if Congress approves H.R. 1925, “America’s
Red Rock Wilderness Act of 2009.”
Once made up mostly of American speed enthusiasts, the
specialty-equipment market is now a global passion, with enthusiasts
off-roading and drag racing from Beijing to Dubai. And nowhere is this
better illustrated than at the SEMA Show, where thousands of international buyers converge.
Though consumers and business leaders wait for definitive signs of
economic recovery, one message from the specialty-equipment industry is
clear: 2010 will be better.
After attending the 2008 SEMA Show, Seth Gortenburg of Chux Trux
explains the importance of following up on everything he and his team
An additional 30 companies have signed up for the SEMA Show since the
beginning of October, demonstrating a growing confidence in the
specialty-equipment industry’s future heading into 2010.