Representing SEMA and serving as leaders for the emerging trends and technology segment of the automotive aftermarket, the election results for ETTN’s Select Committee for the next fiscal year have been announced.

With two open seats on this year’s Select Committee, one incumbent member, Ben Knaus of Hellwig Products, is returning to serve another two-year term on the Select Committee. He will be joined by new member Scott Lowe from High Xpectations.

“We are excited to announce this year’s results and are confident that this term will be a successful one with our elected members,” said ETTN Director Nicole Bradle. “With their knowledge and expertise, ETTN will continue to provide our members with the resources and knowledge of emerging vehicle trends and new technology that they need to ensure continued success.”

Knaus and Lowe will join standing Select Committee members ETTN Chair Ian Lehn of BOOSTane, Chair-Elect Robert Simons of Automotive Consulting Services, Kelleigh Ash of KW Automotive, Gabe Hall of Magnaflow, Nick DiBlasi of Race Winning Brands, Bob Morreale of The Tuning School, Robert Prucka of Clemson University, Jonathan Mill of Power Automedia, and Chris Crecelius of Edelbrock LLC.