Officials across the country are constantly working on legislative and regulatory proposals that have a direct impact on our industry and your customers. The SEMA Government Affairs Office advocates in support of pro-industry initiatives, and when needed, opposes unfair or restrictive legislation. Here are just a few of the issues facing each of the market segments within our industry.
As company budgets tighten, the SEMA Show represents a highly cost-effective way for buyers and manufacturers to meet.
The 2009 SEMA Show has kicked into gear with an unprecedented
show of enthusiasm and 800 exhibitors already signed up.
With just six months until the SEMA Show opens, thousands of buyers have already registered to attend.
SEMA has made it even easier to exhibit at
the industry’s most vital trade show: buy booth space now in 25% installments.
|Visit the 2009 SEMA Show online floorplan to map out your game plan. With more than 1 million square feet, two new Show sections and an enhanced New Products Showcase, you'll need it!|
Creating a successful SEMA Show trip does not end at reserving booth space.
While retail vehicle sales are down roughly 33% from this time last year, stability could be on the horizon. Economists are embracing favorable views of the road ahead as sales slowly picked up in February and March.
|The Pontiac G8 is one the vehicles offered in GM's 2009 SEMA Show project-vehicle lineup.|
The deadline to submit proposals for both General Motors and Suzuki