The following councils and committees presented awards during the 2007 SEMA Show.
Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO)
ARMO presented six council awards during the ARMO Industry Awards Reception at the 2007 SEMA Show. The awards and winners are:
PAID: Speedway Motorsports Chairman O Bruton Smith paid $340 million to purchase New Hampshire Int’l Speedway from the Bahre family late last week. The one-mile oval seats 92,000 and is located in Loudon, N.H.
SEMA offers its condolences to the family and friends of Dale Kille, who suffered a fatal heart attack Wednesday, October 31. Kille, 55, worked for Luverne Truck Equipment Inc. of Brandon, S.D., for more than 30 years, most recently as executive vice president. The industry veteran was well-known and liked by many in the business. For details regarding funeral services or to sign Kille's online guestbook, visit www.georgeboom.com.
Not far from Honda’s U.S. corporate headquarters, Brenda Priddy & Co. spy shooter Chris Doane nabbed these shots of the next-generation Acura TSX. Assuming a more aggressive look somewhere between the new Accord and current TL, the TSX also takes some design cues from the SPORTS 4 concept car shown at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show.
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More than 2,000 journalists from throughout the world converged in Las Vegas last week for the premier automotive accessories trade event, better known as the SEMA Show. While many of the media outlets are putting the final touches on their stories, here’s a small sampling of some of the coverage that has already resulted:
For the fifth time in 28 years, SEMA presented Bob Cook Sales with the SEMA Manufacturers' Rep of the Year Award.
Accepting the award in honor of Bob Cook, company founder who was unable to attend due to injury from a fall, were John Clark, Jeff Bates, Les Rudd, Bruce Harwell, Don Saenz, Chuck Schwam, Mike Oldham, Alex Walker, Troy Hudson, Eddie Hamilton and Mike Katz.
The team of Bob Cook Sales