"Shipping is a necessary evil in my day-to-day business. I just have to live with it.”
As a result of recent elections, the Professional Restylers
Organization (PRO) is proud to welcome five new members to the select
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.
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.
Greetings, members! Summer is coming to a close, and the year seems
to be moving along very fast.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) is one of the most successful SEMA
councils—successful because every member of this unique industry niche
has a passion for the American automobile, a love for hot rodding and a
commitment to the hot rod community.
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.
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.
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.
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.