SEMA President Goes to Detroit to Encourage Support for RPM Act

By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff

SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting recently sat down with Henry Payne, auto critic for the Detroit News, to discuss the hot-button issues happening in the automotive aftermarket industry, including the industry’s continued efforts to clarify the EPA’s position on racecar modification. Kersting and Payne talk about the need for long-term certainty for the racing community and industry, and the growing bipartisan support in Congress for the RPM Act. SEMA member David Ziozios of Motovicity Distribution in Madison Heights, Michigan, also weighs in, noting that if left unresolved, the EPA’s stance “would be a complete job killer.”

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