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SEMA Show attendees visit the Business Services section of the Las Vegas Convention Center searching for tools to tune-up their day-to-day operations.

 SEMA News - May 2010

SEMA NEWS-MAY 2010-BUSINESS 

SEMA Show attendees visit the Business Services section of the Las Vegas Convention Center searching for tools

Trendspotting

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In an effort to better analyze the tastes and preferences of today’s auto enthusiasts, SEMA, in coordination with Ford, launched the Enthusiast Opinion Leader Research Program at the 2009 SEMA Show.

The program invited 527 enthusiasts, selected through a rigorous application process, to the second day of the Show and tasked them with using social media, including Twitter and Facebook, to broadcast their personal product and trend highlights of the Show.

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Finding Financing

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This series of SEMA News stories is based on the idea of using reliable and repeatable methods to ensure business success. In coming issues, we will delve into a range of topics aimed at developing Best Practices through knowledge, motivation and skills.

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Mobile-Electronics New Products

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At the 2009 SEMA Show, 10,603 buyers filled the aisles looking for the latest mobile-electronics products and innovations. To satisfy their appetites, 102 exhibitors in the mobile-electronics section turned attendees on to the newest gadgets driving the custom audio, video and portable infotainment accessories industry.

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Vehicle Connectivity

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Every modern vehicle is dependent upon electronics. From the engine’s ignition to sound systems, from safety sensors to climate controls, electronics have become integral to how vehicles operate and how their drivers perceive the on-road experience. And now electronics from outside the vehicle are resulting in a whole new wave of connectivity.

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SEMA Is Serious About Powersports

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In any given year, the SEMA Show has more than 130 exhibitors that manufacture, distribute or retail powersports products. At the 2009 SEMA Show, a dedicated Powersports & Utility Vehicles section debuted in the upper South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, adjacent to the Trucks, SUVs & Off-Road section.

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Advanced Vehicle Technology

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Vehicle technologies are accelerating as rapidly as an American Le Mans Series racer exiting a hairpin onto a straightaway. The new watchwords for automotive development include vehicle electrification, hybrids, gas direct injection (GDI), clean diesels and next-generation green performance. For SEMA-member companies, the landscape is erupting with innovation and opportunity. But where is it all going? Where are we now, and where are we headed?

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2009 SEMA Show Exhibitors Showcase a Truck Load of New Gear

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South Hall’s Finest

Here are just some of the dynamic products that debuted in the Truck, SUV and Off-Road section of the 2009 SEMA Show.

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Truck, SUV and Off-Road Trends

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The entire automotive landscape has changed over the past two years, but the effects of higher fuel prices and a deep recession may be most evident in the truck, sport utility and off-road segments of the industry. Super-sized SUVs have been particularly hard hit, with sales dropping precipitously and one previously vaunted brand vanishing into the dust of a receding market. Still, while ruts and rocks obscure the way, brighter vistas are coming into view.

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Top 100 Truck, SUV & Off-Road Retailers

Henry Ford built the first pickup in 1925, sold it for $281 and started a religion. It’s a platform that enthusiasts have taken and transformed from utility vehicle into the most versatile canvas for specialty equipment.

SEMA News - April 2010 

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