By AJ Carney
SEMA invites industry professionals to its final Town Hall Meeting of 2016 in Livonia, Michigan, where members and prospective members will gather at Roush Retail and Automotive Museum for an evening of tours, shop talk and networking with local industry leaders.
SEMA invites industry professionals to its Town Hall Meeting in Livonia, Michigan, where members and prospective members will gather at Roush Retail and Automotive Museum, Wednesday July 13, from 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., for an evening of networking with local industry leaders and the SEMA team.
SEMA's Town Hall Meetings provide both members and prospective members with the opportunity to learn about the association’s current programs and objectives while networking with automotive aftermarket professionals from the same geographic region. These personal interactions give members a chance to share the business challenges and opportunities they face. As SEMA staff interacts with attendees, they also gain valuable feedback, which helps identify how current benefits can enhance members’ business operations to better meet their needs.
“As a new member within SEMA, my experience at the Town Hall Meeting in St. Charles [Illinois] was certainly without regret. I found the topics discussed within the panel very informative. I was able to capture industry-related subjects that are worth discussing within the Mecum organization. Debra Fickler provided me knowledge that will allow me to make an intelligent decision as to which committee to join. Lastly, what an honor it was listening to the legendary Vic Edelbrock tell his story and how he has impacted the industry for so many years.”
—Christine Giovingo, Mecum Auctions
“Hosting the SEMA Town Hall was certainly one of the best events we’ve been involved with. As a warehouse distributor [WD], having the event at our facility allowed us to network with a cross-section of industry people that we normally wouldn’t have the opportunity to. They included customers, retailers, other WDs and manufacturers. The SEMA Town Hall is an asset to our industry. It gives everyone involved the opportunity to learn more about our industry and its members in an intimate setting.”
—Daryl Sampson, Turn 14 Distribution
SEMA has led Town Hall Meetings in several cities across the United States. Attend a Town Hall near you.