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SEMA Council Elections: Ballots Due June 7

 SEMA Council Elections
The Select Committee Members of SEMA's councils and network groups—seen here are the 2012 SEMA Installation Banquet—are volunteers that work with the membership to develop the strategic direction for the council and the market they represent.

By SEMA Editors

The elections for SEMA's councils and member networks are currently in full swing, and voting will close at 5:00 p.m. (PDT) on Friday, June 7. For more information or questions regarding the SEMA Council Elections, contact Arlene Wood at

Each council and network available to members through SEMA are governed by an elected volunteer body of SEMA members known as a Select Committee. Each council's Select Committee works together with the council or network membership at large to develop programs, services and benefits that support the vision and overall direction of the group. The Select Committee also works with the Association's leadership and Board of Directors to provide strategic direction for the market that they represent, as well as updates and insights on the segment and the businesses within.      

Select Committee members serve two-year terms (three terms maximum) and act as individuals, not as company representatives. These volunteers are entrusted to direct association resources in such a manner that reflects the membership and addresses the current and future issues that will impact specialty-equipment companies.

Members eligible to vote should have received an e-mail from with the details needed to vote. To cast a vote, members should visit and enter the following log-in information when prompted:

Last Name: {LastName}
Ballot Number: {MemberNumber}

Questions? Contact Arlene Wood at 909-978-6689 or e-mail