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    Oct 29 2009
    There are probably as many definitions of a successful SEMA Show as there are automotive professionals who attend—and that's more than 100,000 definitions. Value, attracting new customers, sales improvements, innovation, networking and educational programs are probably common themes in many characterizations of a successful Show.
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    Oct 29 2009
    Learn how to cut product development time and costs using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and rapid prototyping technologies through live demos and seminar at the SEMA Show.
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    Oct 29 2009
    SEMA Showgoers are encouraged to participate in a one hour seminar/discussion with seasoned exporters who will be talking about some of the hottest new markets for SEMA-member companies (which Asian, European, Latin American and Middle East countries you should consider and why?)
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    Oct 29 2009
    Dates and locations for several upcoming SEMA-sponsored shows and activities have been announced.
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    Oct 29 2009
    Volkswagen invites SEMA Manufacturer members to the Jetta SportWagen and GTI MK6 measuring session on November 13 in Ontario, California.
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    Oct 29 2009
    The 2009 SEMA Show and Benchmark Entertainment have joined forces to create an exclusive opportunity for attending companies to promote their businesses via several award winning, nationally syndicated radio shows such as Car & Driver Radio, Road and Track Radio, Sound and Vision Radio, Cycle World Radio and Home Live Radio.
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    Oct 29 2009
    The Inside SEMA section of SEMA News continues its monthly highlight of SEMA management, with this month's edition featuring SEMA Vice President of Councils & Membership Nathan Ridnouer. SEMA News recently interviewed to uncover how councils can assist members in a tough economy, council activities planned for the Show and the new ways the association is delivering benefits to the membership.  
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    Oct 29 2009
    Get a jumpstart on your SEMA Show planning with the Show Directory, now available online.
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    Oct 29 2009

    The cornerstone of the Young Executives Network (YEN), a SEMA committee, is providing opportunities to network and learn from others with the specialty-equipment industry. Membership in YEN is open to all SEMA-member company employees under the age of 40 at no cost.

    Greg Parker, marketing and creative consultant with Martin & Company Advertising, is now taking the lead as the chairman of YEN. SEMA Member News recently spoke to Parker about his new role as chairman.
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    Oct 29 2009
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law legislation which bans the manufacture, sale and use of lead wheel weights in California effective January 1, 2010.