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2010 SEMA Show Awards Breakfast Kicks Off With Car-Building Innovator Local Motors

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  The 2010 SEMA Show New Products Awards Breakfast will feature Local Motors CEO and co-founder John B. Rogers.

John B. Rogers Jr., CEO and co-founder of Local Motors, will discuss how open sourcing will change automobile production during his 2010 SEMA Show New Products Awards Breakfast keynote, “Open Innovation, a 21st Century Advantage," on Tuesday, November 2.

Rogers launched Local Motors three years ago based on the concept of open-source co-creation and local manufacturing, a business practice and philosophy highlighted in the August issue of SEMA News. Attendees at the annual awards breakfast will not only learn how this company is changing the way vehicles are being built but will also be among the first to see which products the industry has deemed most innovative.

All exhibitors are invited to enter the awards competition and are entitled to one free entry (additional entries cost $75 if received before October 8, $150 after). Use the form located here to get started.

Tickets to the New Products Awards Breakfast are free and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Don't wait—reserve your tickets now!

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