Don't miss these must see special events at 2009 SEMA Show!
News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
Seth Gortenburg, owner of Chux Trux understands that trade shows hold a
wealth of information. In order to be as efficient as possible, he approaches each day of the SEMA Show with a plan based on his upcoming business needs—as well as the information he and his team gathered the previous day.
The “Cash for Clunkers” program, officially known as the Car Allowance
Rebate Systems (CARS), ran from late July to late August. The program
provided government vouchers of $3,500 or $4,500 to be used toward the
purchase of a new vehicle for the trade-in of a used vehicle that met
certain qualifications. The used vehicle was then scrapped. The
program’s premise was to provide the automakers and dealers with a
jumpstart in new car sales while getting so-called “gas guzzlers” off
The Automotive Hall of Fame inducted Craig Breedlove, Richard Caleal,
Wunibald Kamm, Hal Sperlich and Mickey Thompson in a ceremony held at
the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center in Dearborn, Michigan on Tuesday.
The WD-40 SEMA Cares Camaro now features a powerful, high-performance
entertainment system, thanks to Eclipse, which uses WD-40 as a
lubricant and corrosion inhibitor to maintain its industrial equipment.
Learn about developing and protecting your intellectual property (IP)
rights in your products and business without the strain of legal jargon.
Preview 100s of new products from 2009 SEMA Show exhibitors in the October issue of SEMA News.
Get a head start on your SEMA Show planning—check out the SEMA Show Daily pre-Show issue online!
News and information from SEMA's councils and committees.