Source Interlink Companies Inc., one of the largest publishers of magazines and online content for enthusiast audiences and a leading distributor of DVDs, CDs, magazines, video games and books announced it has reached a restructured agreement with its lenders to eliminate approximately $1 billion dollars of existing debt and privatize the company. Under the agreement, the company’s lenders will cancel nearly $1 billion of the company’s existing debt and provide approximately $100 million in additional liquidity.
Exhibitors looking to make the most out of their Show-related budgets
are invited to participate in “one-on-one” exhibitor meetings with
experts from Convexx and Freeman.
Thousands of buyers in the automotive industry are already registered to attend the 2009 SEMA Show.
Exhibit sales increased by more than 20% in one week as SEMA Show
exhibitors contract for booth space before the pending space selection.
Bill Perry, Rolan “Jeep” Worthan and Henry “Smokey” Yunick will be inducted into the SEMA Hall of Fame.
Classic Corvettes. Vintage pickups. Tricked-out Hondas.
Elections for a seat on the ARMO Select Committee will take place the week of May 18, 2009.
Detroit has long been regarded as the car production capital of the world. The historic metropolis is nicknamed “Motor City” for a reason. It's the place where Chrysler, Ford Motor Company and General Motors established an industrial epicenter and where they are still headquartered to this day. Recently, however, the news coming out of Detroit has been more a continual flow of doom and gloom.
|SEMA Vice President of Operations Bill Miller helps the kids of Childhelp build derby cars to be sponsored and raced at the SEMA Pinewood Drag Race.|
SEMA’s Business Technology Committee (BTC) has completed Phase II of its Data Pool Pilot Program, which involves SEMA manufacturers and their warehouse distributor trading partners. The findings confirm that non-standardized and vital missing product data between suppliers and distributors results in lost sales opportunities, ordering delays, excess inventory and expensive order-processing errors.