Member News

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George Lathouris has been chosen chair-elect for the Light-Truck
Accessory Alliance (LTAA) and will succeed Kelly Kneifl when the
latter’s term expires.

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Vic Wood has spent the majority of his career in or around the
automotive specialty-equipment industry, including appointments to the
board of directors of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association
and The Australian National Drag Racing Association.

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Life is full of mile markers. July 1, 2009, was an important one for
the SEMA Manufacturers Rep Council (MRC), as we welcomed four new
members to the select committee.

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As a result of recent elections, the Professional Restylers
Organization (PRO) is proud to welcome five new members to the select
committee.

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The Street Performance Council (SPC) has been the driving force in
supporting this industry segment with education, networking and
information on existing and emerging market trends.

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Tim Dietz, who has assumed leadership of the Wheel & Tire Council
(WTC), has been a test engineer at Standard Testing Laboratories Inc.
for 20 years.

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Congratulations to former SBN Chairwoman Zan Martin for her recent election to the SEMA Board of Directors.

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The cornerstone of the Young Executives Network (YEN) is providing
opportunities to network and learn from others within our industry.

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"Shipping is a necessary evil in my day-to-day business. I just have to live with it.”

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SEMA Member News - September/October 2009

From May 1 through June 24, 2009

Editor’s Note: The following listings are provided by the SEMA Membership Services Department. The data has been compiled and verified by member services. Should you have any questions regarding a listing, call the SEMA Membership Department at 909/396-0289.

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