|The ’12 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
"U.S. companies are the world leaders in developing innovative and functional products for Jeeps," said Linda Spencer, SEMA’s director of international and government relations. "The growing popularity of Jeeps throughout China spells enormous export opportunities for SEMA members, and the upcoming SEMA China Business Development program puts U.S. manufacturers in direct contact with buyers of accessories for Jeeps and other brands."
Spencer added that with U.S. grants of up to $1,500 provided by the U.S. government to qualified SEMA members, the time to explore sales potential in China has never been greater.
For more information on how to reserve one of the three remaining slots on the SEMA China Business Development Tour, visit sema.org/china or the 2012 China Business Development Tour Exhibitor Registration page.