SEMA-member companies have posted several new listings for job opportunities at www.sema.org/classifieds. Working for a SEMA-member company has many advantages. In addition to working for a company that supports and contributes to the success of the overall industry, being employed by a SEMA-member company enable the employee to participate in webinars, access free market research, join SEMA committees and more. The newest classified listings posted under Positions Available include:
Dates and locations for several upcoming SEMA-sponsored shows and activities have been announced. Details are:
Whether you're an industry big dog or just want to roll like one, contact Beverly Hills Rent A Car of Las Vegas to seat yourself in an exotic rental for an evening or the whole Show week. Director of Sales & Marketing Mark Barrett says they have everything from Bentley Continental GTs to Lamborghini Gallardos.
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You are invited to find out where the youth market is headed by attending Sport Compact Council's (SCC) Youth Focus Panel during the NOPI Nationals, Saturday, September 15, 4:30 p.m.—6:00 p.m., Atlanta Motor Speedway, Infield Media Center. The event features dozens of young consumers speaking candidly about their hobby. This is where you'll discover what they really think and want from the automotive specialty-equipment market.
Exhibitors, don't forget to let us know of any celebrity autograph sessions or booth appearances by contacting Lisa Schafer at firstname.lastname@example.org. The following personalities are scheduled to appear at the 2007 SEMA Show:
-Kenny Youngblood, motorsports artist
Superchips (Booth #24213),
Tuesday—Thursday (9:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.); Friday (9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.)
-Daytona Dayton, automotive radio personality
Line-X (Booth TBD)
Tuesday—Friday (time TBD)
-Kevin Levrone, bodybuilder
As the foundation of the automotive specialty-equipment industry, hot rods and customs remain an integral part of the SEMA Show. In addition to hundreds of booths showcasing custom and specialty parts, tires and accessories for hot rods, visitors to Hot Rod Alley will be treated to some of the most creative and artistic vehicles on display, and they will be able to talk directly with representatives from the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA), a SEMA council dedicated to preserving and promoting the hot-rod industry.
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The latest news from SEMA councils and committees:
Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO)
Creative Material Technologies Ltd. hired Bob Motyka to the company’s marketing team. In addition to his marketing role, Motyka will also provide application training for the company nationwide.