By Ashley Reyes
SEMA Chairman of the Board Tim Martin, President and CEO Chris Kersting and other SEMA/PRI executive staff will share updates about the industry’s top initiatives during the Virtual Town Hall, Tuesday, May 4, at 11:00 a.m. (PDT).
Recognizing the changes that have taken place in the industry during the past year, the association has many new, enhanced and modified programs focused on current needs. During the 45-minute Virtual Town Hall, members will get updates about resources for emissions compliance, programs uniting the motorsports community and reconnecting the industry at in-person trade events this year.
SEMA/PRI staff will talk about the status of current programs and events available to members and answer questions live during the Virtual Town Hall.
By participating in the event, members can make their voice heard and provide their feedback on how SEMA can better serve the industry and membership.