Update on 2021 SEMA Washington Rally

By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff

Based on recommendations from local health officials, SEMA is unable to host its traditional in-person Washington Rally event on May 12. While we’re disappointed that we won’t be able to gather in Washington, SEMA members still have the opportunity to connect with their lawmakers in our nation’s capital to impact the issues that matter most to the industry.

SEMA invites members to virtually meet with your elected representatives this spring. Unlike at the single day in-person event, meetings will be scheduled over the course of several weeks, allowing SEMA Government Affairs to make arrangements with your schedule in-mind. There are no registration fees to participate.

Whether it’s standing up for motorsports, combating zero-emissions vehicle mandates, or ensuring vehicle data access for the specialty aftermarket industry, there are many issues facing SEMA members in the nation’s capital. That’s why it’s more important than ever to get engaged with your elected officials.

If you are interested in virtually meeting with your Congressional representatives, please contact Christian Robinson at