What Should You Do with a $10,000 Internet Marketing Budget?
Attend the 2009 SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council and get real answers, not theory, from a panel of industry experts including:
- Eric Breslow, Breslow Foundation (moderator)
- Oliver Rathlein, Director Sales & Marketing, Eibach Springs
- Tyler Tanaka, Marketing Manager, Turbonetics
- Mike Morita, Vice President of Marketing, Pro-Motion Distributing
- Brian Hafer, Vice President, US Auto Parts
- Justin Choi, President, CIE Studios
The panel will share proven strategies for where your money is best spent and where you’ll find your customers online. Get a jumpstart on how to allocate your Internet marketing budget for 2010 by joining your colleagues on Saturday, August 1, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Early Bird Registration Fees (by July 24, 2009):
SEMA Member—First company employee: $125
SEMA Member—Additional company employee: $99
Non–SEMA Member: $199
Onsite registration Fee (All):
SEMA Members and Non-members: $199
For the complete Internet Symposium agenda, speakers, sessions, pre-event speaker videos and registration, visit www.sema.org/InternetSymposium.
Be sure to join us just before the Internet Symposium for the SEMA Sate of the Association and general membership meeting at 8:00 a.m. Please RSVP at www.sema.org/sema-state-association.
The Internet Symposium and State of the Association are just two of the many exciting activities making up the Leadership Days series of events. For a schedule of all events, visit www.sema.org/LeadershipDays.