ETTN and its incoming Chair and Chair Elect, Ian Lehn of BOOSTane and Rob Simons of Edelbrock, shared a few days with other Council and Network leadership in the panhandle of Florida at the beginning of February. We discussed the not only the future of ETTN and its impact on the industry but furthered even more the collaboration across councils. Enabling us to gain greater perspective across all demographics in our industry.
We are looking forward to evolving ETTN into a group that leads our industry and its members in the understanding and opportunity coming in our future. Innovative initiatives such as our Cross-Council Subcommittee and School Competition Team Portals are the first of their kind. Each with its focus on tackling hurdles and bringing opportunity to SEMA.
ETTN has also decided to take its Roundtable discussions from a singular event, to a Live Chat format on Facebook. Allowing for members and companies alike, to engage with Subject Matter Experts in Real Time, while at the same time creating content that can be saved and referenced for future use. All on topics relevant to our member's technical backgrounds.