With the worldwide automotive industry gathered in Las Vegas for the 2022 SEMA Show, attending the annual trade show is the best time to meet other professionals and build connections. SBN members are invited and encouraged to reserve their attendance the following council events taking place at the SEMA Show:

SBN All Female Build Reveal, November 1, at 12:30 p.m., West Hall Booth #57061

SBN Gear-Up Girl Networking Event, November 2 at 4:30 p.m., West Hall 210 Entry Way
RSVP here.

Female automotive professionals will connect with female automotive students in this fun and dynamic Gear-Up-Girl event at the 2022 SEMA Show. Reserved only for women, the event serves as a networking opportunity for professionals to give back and share advice with today's female youth.

SBN Reception, November 2 at 5:30 p.m., West Hall 210 Entry Way
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A highly anticipated event, this is the ideal opportunity to celebrate the strides women are making in the automotive aftermarket, connect with the select committee, and learn more about resources for members and getting involved in the SBN.

Education Seminar: Women Who Build, Powered by SBN, November 1 at 11:00 a.m., N258
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Ten years after the SBN led an award-winning All-Female Mustang Build, a new team of SBN women volunteers assembled to modify a Ford Bronco four-door Wildtrak provided by Ford's Bronco brand. You'll be inspired by the panel of all-female participants as they share how their team of volunteers were able to successfully collaborate to accomplish their vision at the highest level.

Engaging the Next Generation of Women in Powersports, Powered by SBN, Wednesday, November 2 at 11:00 a.m., N256
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Women in racing are breaking barriers and setting records. Join leading ladies in racing for an impactful session. Hear how they've overcome adversity and achieved success. Gain insights and confidence as you learn about career pathways in motorsports and how women racers are encouraging young women to step into the world of racing.

Questions can be directed to Nicole Bradle at Nicoleb@sema.org