By Ashley Reyes
The SEMA Truck & Off-Road Alliance (TORA) named David Page as the council’s newest spotlight volunteer. Page is the product manager of Forced Induction at Edelbrock Group.
Get to know Page in his Q&A with SEMA below.
SEMA: What inspired you to pursue a career in the truck and off-road industry?
David Page: My passion for anything with an engine inspired to me to pursue a career in the industry.
SEMA: Why did you decide to volunteer for TORA?
DP: I get to network and promote healthy growth of our industry.
SEMA: What advice do you have for someone pursuing a career in the automotive aftermarket?
DP: Get your foot in the door, never stop learning, push yourself beyond your comfort zone, and never set limits for yourself.
SEMA: What is your dream truck or off-road vehicle?
DP: My dream truck is a classic late ’70s square-body Chevrolet truck.
Fill out a TORA-member spotlight form to highlight how you or your company are contributing to the truck and off-road specialty-equipment industry. Selected candidates are eligible to be featured on TORA’s social media, SEMA News and future TORA member updates.