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    Dec 03 2009
    Tony Schumacher headlines a list of six NHRA drivers named to the American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association All-America teams; voting opens for most memorable Winternationals moments; and more news from the NHRA.
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    Dec 03 2009

    Media registration for the Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) Media Trade Conference, January 19-21, 2010, in Covina, California, is now available online. Click through for details. 

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    Dec 03 2009
    Dates and locations for several upcoming SEMA-sponsored shows and activities have been announced.
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    Dec 03 2009

    Decked-out with custom mods inside and out from SEMA member companies, this  2009 Ford F-150 Super Crew 4x4 is now up for auction on eBay, with proceeds from the sale benefitting SEMA Cares charities ChildHelp and Victory Junction Gang Camp.

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    Dec 03 2009
    In a late-November press release for the 2011 Buick Regal, GM quietly slipped in a sentence noting that production of the Chevrolet Camaro convertible would begin in its Oshawa, Ontario plant in the first quarter of 2011.
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    Dec 03 2009
    News from the track: Danica Patrick finalizing contract to drive selected NASCAR Nationwide Series events; Former Lowe’s Motor Speedway Director of Short Track Events Roger Slack signs on as vice president of events for the World Racing Group; Bryan Clauson enjoys a huge weekend of USAC open-wheel competition; the Canadian Grand Prix will return to the Formula One schedule next season after a one-year absence; and more.
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    Dec 01 2009
    While YouTube has emerged as a marketing juggernaut for businesses, many firms are also discovering that the free video-sharing service has scores of other uses—all of which are also free for the taking.

    SEMA News - December 2009

    Joe Dysart

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    Dec 01 2009
    It may be the worst economy seen in several generations, but companies are still spending money marketing their brands in motorsports.

    SEMA News - December 2009

    By Dan Frio

    Capitalizing on Opportunity

     SEMA NEWS-DECEMBER 2009-BUSINESS 
     

    Tire-smoking action and total disregard for slip angle make Formula Drift one of the most popular spectator motorsports with young enthusiasts. Courtesy Formula Drift  

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    Dec 01 2009
    SEMA News is interviewing top distributor/retailers in China in a series of monthly articles to introduce the larger players in the evolving specialty-equipment market in China to the magazine’s readers.

    SEMA News - December 2009

    By Yvonne Wang

    The Chinese Specialty-Equipment Market

    SEMA NEWS-DECEMBER 2009-INTERNATIONAL 

    Ar Dee Zhou, Dyno King’s director of marketing and technology, indicated that 90% of its specialty products are imports, and most customers come to Dyno King to find the greatest variety and selection of brands for specialty products

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    Dec 01 2009
    SEMA is continuing in its goal to help the specialty-equipment industry pave the way forward with a recently added member benefit: MySEMA, a social networking tool available on the SEMA website.

    SEMA News - December 2009

    By Annie Kang

    Online Communication Tool Provides Platform for Growth and Innovation

    SEMA is continuing in its goal to help the specialty-equipment industry pave the way forward with a recently added member benefit: MySEMA, a social networking tool available on the SEMA website. MySEMA provides a platform for members to stay connected with their peers as well as receive the latest news and information about the industry.