The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) is set to host engaging events throughout the week of the SEMA Show, October 30–November 2, in Las Vegas. ARMO serves the automotive restoration aftermarket industry through programs and resources to advance the industry and improve how member companies operate daily. There will be plenty of opportunities for ARMO members to connect and for those looking to become members of the council to engage with council leadership and learn more about the organization.
The SEMA Launch Pad live competition will take place Monday, October 29, in the Westgate Hotel and Casino Theater.
Steve Dulcich shares his media experience and an in-depth look at Motor Trend on Demand.
Two unique vehicles, one classic and one import will battle it out at the 2018 SEMA Show.
This is a first look at the mid-engine Corvette race car, the C8.R.
The 2018 SEMA Show is about 11 weeks away. Here’s a rundown of key deadlines, including early bird and advance rates available for several booth services, as well as checklists to keep you on track and on budget.
The free YEN meetup will be held at the Sand Sports Super Show in Costa Mesa, California, Friday, September 14.
Taking advantage of the New Products Showcase and its high-traffic location allows exhibitors to reach out to new business while still connecting with buyers on the Show floor.
“The threat for the aftermarket will remain until VDAT achieves a broader, industry-wide legal judgment, banning all monopolistic action such as that taken by Porsche,” said Harald Schmidtke, VDAT’s managing director. “Without such a ruling, other vehicle manufacturers could well follow suit and thus greatly harm our industry.”
Held in the Media Center located in the Skybridge of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), LTAA manufacturers exhibiting at the Show are able to maximize product exposure to some of the top members of the media from the light-truck segment.