Shows & Events

FREE EDUCATION TO HELP IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS AND INCREASE REVENUE

Headed to the 2008 SEMA Spring Expo and SEMA OFFROAD events? Then take advantage of the multiple seminars and presentations designed to equip you with information and strategies to improve your business and increase revenue.

The free sessions kick-off on Thursday, February 7, 1:00–2:30 p.m., with "Making Your Business a Great Investment for You," where you'll gain access to an online calculator that provides updates on your investment returns and how to create larger dividends.

The following morning from 9:45–10:45 a.m., don't miss keynote speaker Richard Picciotto, the highest-ranking New York firefighter to survive the collapse of the World Trade Center on September 11. Be inspired and motivated as Picciotto recounts his leadership during that harrowing day, lessons that you can apply to your business and life.

Additional topics in the educational series include "5 Powerful Ways to Boost Your Business and Increase Revenue," "Internet Mediums (Websites, Blogs and Podcasts) to Maximize your Marketing Success" and "Merchandising Restyling to New Car Dealers."

For times and a complete event calendar, click here.

Registration for SEMA Spring Expo and SEMA OFFROAD, February 8–9, 2008, is in full swing and available for attendees online by visiting www.semaspringexpo.com and www.semaoffroad.com. The spring events deliver the acclaimed SEMA Show experience to the Indianapolis area and surrounding regions.

With a special emphasis on trucks and SUVs, exhibitors will display a variety of products and services covering accessories, restyling, wheels and tires, and mobile electronics. To see all industry manufacturers exhibiting at SSE/SOR, click here.

Additionally, make sure to watch for Ford's 2008 Styling Awards for Best Use of Accessories on a Ford truck/SUV. Awards will be judged by Ford's Warren Nally and are available to any Ford truck/SUV on display at SEMA Spring Expo/SEMA OFFROAD.

For more information about the events, contact Gary Vigil at: garyv@sema.org.