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    Apr 29 2010

    The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) will attend the 2010 SEMA Show as an exhibitor, offering hands-on technical demos and resources to the auto collision repair industry.

  • Posted on:
    Apr 29 2010
    Powersports Dealer Update Workshops at the 2010 SEMA Show are open to all powersports dealers. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to receive high-level training from industry experts. There will be eight powersports dealer-specific education workshops covering essential P&A, F&I, sales, service and dealership management topics.
  • Posted on:
    Apr 28 2010
    Chip Foose, award-winning automotive designer, will return as Grand Marshal of the second annual SEMA Show 'N Shine car show, Saturday, July 24, at the Pasadena Convention Center.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    (April 28, 2010)

    Contact: Della Domingo
    909/978-6723
    dellad@sema.org

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    Apr 27 2010

    Have you ever wondered how to get more involved in the SEMA Street Performance Council (SPC)?

    What exactly do the council leaders do throughout their term?  Very simply, the Select Committee is elected by the members of the council to serve a two-year term.  They participate in monthly conference calls and meetings that are held at various trade events throughout the year.  Each Select committee member volunteers for at least 20 hours throughout the year and some volunteer even more.  Some share their experience and vision, others provide creative solutions to challenges our memb
  • Posted on:
    Apr 27 2010
    The SEMA Show ‘Vehicle Manufacturer of the Show’ (VMOS) program is being modified to showcase top trendsetting vehicles. Through  this enhanced program, exhibitors of the 2010 SEMA Show will determine the hottest cars and trucks in three categories: car, truck and 4x4.
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    (April 27, 2010)

    Contact: Della Domingo
    909/978-6723
    dellad@sema.org


    TOP VEHICLE PROGRAM EVOLVES AT SEMA SHOW
    -- Exhibitors Determine Auto Industry Trendsetters --
     
  • Posted on:
    Apr 26 2010
    Automotive specialty-equipment market industry leaders and digital technology experts will convene for a day-long conference composed of panel discussions and keynote speakers, covering topics focused on the newest trends and strategies for conducting business in the digital age at the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Business Technology Symposium, July 23, 2010, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    (April 26, 2010)

    Contact: Della Domingo
    909/978-6723
    dellad@sema.org

     

  • Posted on:
    Apr 26 2010

    SEMA and California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC) Presents the first ever “Profit 101” Workshop!

      Workshop Details
      Date/Time:
    Tuesday, June 15, 2010
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    Apr 22 2010

    Keith Evanosky, SEMA YEN Member of the Month, April 2010

    Keith Evanosky on… The Work/Life Balance


    Keith Evanosky, 34 Years Old
    National Accounts Manager, Keystone Automotive Operations; YEN Member



    At 34 years old, Keith Evanosky of Keystone Automotive sets a good example on how to successfully manage working in a high paced automotive aftermarket environment while raising a family of five. Amazingly, he still makes the time to volunteer for charitable organizations. Keith’s dedication and ability to give 110% in everything he does has helped make him a fixture in the National Accounts department at Keystone, where he has had the opportunity to work with automotive aftermarket retailers big and small. What can Keith teach Young Executives about their work/life balance?

    How do you find the time to do all this?

    “I have never been happy unless I was going 90 MPH with my hair on fire. I am not a person who is content to sit there and watch the world go by. I want to pack as much into this life as I possibly can before I check out. People who are busy know how to prioritize tasks to get results -- they don’t have time to waste on minutia.”

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    Apr 22 2010
    If you've always indulged fantasies of running a race team, why not start with sponsoring a car or two in the Pinewood Drag Races, part of SEMA's annual summer fundraising efforts?