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Death of the Gasoline Engine? Not Just Yet, says SEMA/CAR Report

The gasoline engine's decline may seem fated, but a report by SEMA and the Center for Automotive Research says otherwise. Turbocharging and direct-injection are just two reasons why the gas engine is sticking around.

SEMA to Mail Attendee Badges in Advance of Show

Don't wait until you're in Vegas to get your SEMA Show badge. Save yourself the time in line and hit the floor right away by registering early and receiving your badge in the mail.

More Room for Your New Products at the SEMA Show

One of the staple features of the SEMA Show, the New Products Showcase highlights the industry’s most recent innovations in performance, function and style. The Showcase moves to a larger location for 2009. 

Five Products that Set the Standard—Vote Now

HOT ROD magazine continues its tradition of honoring the most important performance aftermarket components of the specialty-equipment industry in with the 2009 Speed Parts Hall of Fame.

PRO Announces First-Ever Novemberfest Reception at 2009 SEMA Show

The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO), a SEMA council, invites all industry professionals to attend its first Novemberfest reception at the SEMA Show to meet and network with OEM restylers, manufacturers, industry media and others.

Web Sales Lagging? Get Up to Speed Here

The next SEMA webinar, “Basics of Website Design and Content,” will provide you with a basic yet thorough overview behind the fundamentals of good website design and content that produces sales.

Breaking Show News on new SEMA Show Twitter Feed

Stay updated on the latest SEMA Show news with the new SEMA Show Twitter feed. Click here to follow the latest announcements about booth events, seminars, press conferences and new products at the Show.

Announce Your SEMA Show Product Intros in eNews

SEMA Show exhibitors: Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.

Ford's Ken Czubay to Address SEMA Show Crowd

Ford Motor Company's Ken Czubay will discuss the automaker's commitment to creating customization-friendly cars and trucks at the 2009 SEMA Show Keynote Luncheon on Monday, November 2.

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