SEMA Board Proposes to Reduce Its Size


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SEMA Board Proposes to Reduce Its Size
 -- Voting
Now Underway --

(Sept. 28, 2011)

- The SEMA Board of Directors recently approved a motion to decrease the size
of the Board. The initiative reflects their consensus that a smaller Board
would improve the quality of discussion and reduce cost, and is now being voted
upon by SEMA’s entire membership.

To move forward with the
initiative, ballots were sent out to approximately 6,000 voting members in
mid-September. If approved, the number of SEMA Board members would be reduced
from 26 to 14 members.

The theory is that a
smaller group would be able to have more productive discussions, see each other
eye-to-eye, be prepared and be accountable. Consequently, the Board is hoping
to see higher quality input, analysis and better board decisions and guidance.

SEMA Board leadership is
urging all qualified member companies to promptly register their vote on this
important matter. Only the primary contact for each member company can cast a
vote on behalf of a member company. Primary contacts who did not receive a login
credentials by e-mail may contact SEMA at 909/610-6030, or via e-mail at

For a more complete review
of the proposal, members may visit

About SEMA
SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association founded in 1963,
represents the $27.9 billion specialty automotive industry of 6,461
member-companies. It is the authoritative source for research, data, trends and
market growth information for the specialty auto parts industry. The industry
provides appearance, performance, comfort, convenience and technology products
for passenger and recreational vehicles. For more information, contact SEMA at
1575 S. Valley Vista Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765, tel: 909/610-2030, or visit


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