HRIA Member Updates
A short survey has been sent to HRIA members asking for feedback on which particular legislative issues are most important to their company. If you have not received the survey, or if you have not yet returned it, please take just 2 minutes to complete and return now.
DON’T DELAY! Please contact your member of Congress to request support for H.R. 1024. Use the following button to identify your U.S. Representative. Select only your U.S. Representative’s contact information from the menu. (Do not reach out to your U.S. Senators or other officials on this bill.)
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) launched an automotive events app and website in 2018. Geared towards consumers, MOTORin’ provides users with an easy and seamless experience to find automotive events local to them, or anywhere in the US.
Ever wonder how a vehicle gets chosen to be in the HRIA SEMA Show booth, or in their awards reception?
In an effort to recognize young talent and foster the future growth of the automotive aftermarket industry, the 2018 SEMA Young Guns Regional Program provided car builders age 27 or younger throughout the country an opportunity to showcase their vehicles at the 2018 SEMA Show.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) invites members who are in town for the Media Trade Conference or the Grand National Roadster Show to its open meeting, to be held Friday, January 25, at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Conference Center in Pomona, California, from 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
SEMA has recently launched a new program entitled SEMA Senior Class, A Mentoring Program. Through this free program, all SEMA members are welcome to search and connect with an industry mentor. SEMA mentors are current or former business owners, presidents, CEO’s and advisors all specializing in the automotive aftermarket industry.
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HRIA does not take or offer any political stance, but we do urge you to research issues pertaining to your business and the industry, and remember to cast your votes in the upcoming elections. Don’t let your voice go unheard!