Eight of SEMA’s councils and networks will welcome new leadership beginning July 1.
SEMA invites industry professionals to attend its Town Hall Meeting in Chicago, where members and prospective members will gather at Heidts Automotive Group for an evening of networking with local industry leaders and the SEMA team.
The deadline to submit nominations for an open seat on a SEMA council or network select committee is February 22.
Join local industry leaders and members of the SEMA leadership at the SEMA Town Hall meeting hosted by Baer Inc. in Phoenix.
The mixer takes place 7:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m., January 26, at the Embassy Suites Santa Ana-Orange County Airport North.
Meet with local industry leaders in your area and members of the SEMA leadership at the SEMA Town Hall meeting at Baer Inc.
Sheila Perkins passed away peacefully Saturday, December 17, 2016, after a two-year battle with a rare form of ampullary cancer.
The SEMA Businesswoman Network (SBN) and Young Executive Network (YEN) are holding a meet -up at the Media Trade Conference on Thursday, January 26. All members and prospective members of SBN and YEN are encouraged to attend to strengthen your community in the automotive aftermarket in an engaging and relaxed atmosphere. Members of the SBN and YEN select committee as well as SEMA staff will be present to discuss opportunities to get more involved and volunteer.
Aaron Aldrich of Any Level Lift was named the 2016 SEMA Launch Pad winner with his all-adjustable suspension system for trucks and off-road vehicles.
SEMA News spoke with SEMA’s council and network leaders to find out what’s in the pipeline for the coming year and to get their thoughts about the emerging trends and the challenges they can expect to face based on what their organizations are seeing in their respective marketplaces. Not surprisingly, many council and network chairs viewed the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act as essential to the continued viability of the automotive aftermarket industry.