Member News

Post on: 07/01/2013 - 9:16am

SEMA is best known for its annual SEMA Show. It’s the one week each year that the automotive specialty-equipment industry converges on Las Vegas and where the latest and greatest products are debuted. So what does SEMA do the other 360 days a year?

In addition to providing business resources and cost-savings programs that impact the bottom line for its member companies, SEMA has educational tools and networking opportunities that help enhance the careers of individual staff.

Whether the member company is a manufacturer, a retailer, a jobber, a distributor, a rep or an installer, SEMA has tools available for member companies and their employees. The following is an overview of the diversity of SEMA’s business resources and solutions.

Post on: 07/01/2013 - 9:14am

Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) - SEMA CouncilDevoting one’s time, talent and energies on behalf of worthwhile activities is at the core of the success of SEMA’s councils, and the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) is no exception. Over the years, PRO has amassed an impressive array of accomplishments, thanks to the dedicated efforts, vision and enthusiasm of its members—volunteers who serve on the Select Committee and as members at large.

For Scott Wolin, director of sales and marketing at AVG-OEAM, a personal passion for the council, its mission and the restyling industry has long served as a motivating force behind his many years of involvement with PRO. A longtime select committee member and a former PRO chairman, Wolin is now poised to assume the role of chair-elect on July 1. He recently shared his thoughts on a range of topics with SEMA Member News.