News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
Dr. Peter H. Diamandis, chairman and CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation,
will speak at the 2009 SEMA Show New Product Awards Breakfast.
Editors are turning to the SEMA Show for details about the newest
automotive products and trends, as media registration for the 2009
event continues at a healthy pace.
Mainstream consumers are discovering the benefits of vehicle customization through an industry-wide consumer awareness program.
Take one hour on Thursday, September 17, to participate in the SEMA
webinar, “Major Determinants of U.S. Automotive Demand: Factors Driving
the U.S. Automotive Market.” This is your chance to learn more about
the major economic drivers of the U.S. automotive market and their
potential impact on the specialty-equipment industry.
More than 1,500 exhibitors have already secured booth space for the 2009 SEMA Show, but it's not too late to reserve your real estate.
The 2009–2010 SEMA Board of Directors is an esteemed group of industry
professionals, including four newly elect members: Joel Ayres of Truck
Accessories Group, Jeff Bates of Bob Cook Sales, Laurel Dasher of
Superchips Inc. and Zan Martin of Martin & Co. Advertising. To read more about the Board, open the latest copy of SEMA News.
The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF) is distributing $119,000 to more than 70 students to support educational goals and foster leadership opportunities in the specialty-equipment marketplace.
Every year, buyers flock to the SEMA Show
for what is a virtual playground of the best and the latest in new
products and technology. To ensure that attendees optimize the value of
the annual Show, SEMA is offering its own best and latest in new
programs and resources.
Read on for new programs and updates that have been added to help attendees walk away with the best that the Show has to offer.
How many years have you been with your current company?
I have been with my company my entire life, but I began working full-time in 2004 after graduating from college.
Years spent working in the automotive aftermarket?
Technically, a little over 5 years.
How did you first begin to work in the automotive aftermarket?
I always went to races and events when I was younger and decided at a very young age that I would work in this field.
Did you have a mentor in the industry?